hi my name is chris im 25 and last week i woke up and hard my morning erected penis like every other guy i know but i noticed it hurt . and every time since than my penis is sore i have not maturbated in a couple weeks and havent had sex in a couple weeks either. when i "clench" is what you could call it it hurts even when its not erect. when i feel to see where the pain is when i have a erect penis its the left side "me looking down" beneath the head of my penis all the way down until i cannot feel anymore. also when my penis is erect it hurts alot when i push it down towards the floor and than when i push it up towards my stomach it hurts but not as much. this isnt a std i would not think. ive been with my fiance going on 4 yrs and never cheated and she hasnt either.what should i do ? if i go see a doctor what types of tests should i ask them to do.what kind of diseases should i ask for them to check for. ive never had anything wrong with me health wise but the common cold kicks my butt every winter. hope i get a response as soon as possible . im nervous! please helpView Thread
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