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|timenuff - Mon Jul 23, 2007 5:54 pm||
Male 31, who has had a sensitive urethra (near the opening) for quite some time.
I have had unprotected sex a few times, and had a bad experience when I was about 20 (genital warts), which was easy enough to diagnose. For the past few years at least (longer likely) my penis hole has been really sensitive, such that when it catches on my boxers, or bunches up in my pants the wrong way, it causes a very sharp pain.
In terms of history I have had the dreaded "penis swab" once, when I had already been experiencing SPS (my term - sensitive penis-hole syndrome), and it has come back clean. I think I'd die if I had to go back for another DPS (my term again - dreaded penis swab), and part of me wonders how normal this is, if it at all.
Please help, I did have a contusion to the urethral track a long time ago, bruised urethra, but I can't see it being a factor, b/c that occurred close to the scrotum, thanks to an errant, pointy, hard, metalic, object (= painful).[code][/code]
|Dr. Chan Lowe - Thu Jul 26, 2007 2:38 am||
It is possible that there is something that is continuing to irritate your urethra causing the pain. Possible causes may be a reaction to soap or even to laundry detergent. It may also be a case of repeated trauma to the tip of the urethra (such as from your clothing).
Without other symptoms an infection is less likely.
If your symptoms persist you may want to see a urologist for an evaluation.
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