Hi guys!Thank you for reading my post.Let me tell you about my problem and if someone have an idea ,please help .
Before bed I was masturbating as usual,but this time I had a little pain around the spot between the top of my penis and my body(I was looking every were for a name of that)!Of course I dissrrgard the pain and I did my thing!On the morning of the next day my penis was swollen on the right site of the fore skin and mine shaft right between my penis and my actual body was hard like a stone!I was so scared ,so I start reading and reading about it.So after 2 days my swolling went down and everything was back to normal exept the lymph right next to mine shaft was hard.When I have erection it hurts ,feels like strached ,so I gave him 2 weeks break.Today looks the same ,no swollen ,but the lymph on my fore skin at the end of my penis and begining of my belly was still hard,not as hard as it was before.My question is :How I can "help" recover from it or I have to go to doctor ,because is defenatly something is really wrong!View Thread
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