Hi, about 2 weeks ago i woke up and felt pain while urinating. i left it alone and started drinking alot of water hoping it was a mild Urinary Track Infection. the pain got worse my entire shaft was in pain every time i urinated, i eventually went to the doctor, she looked at my penis, did a urine analysis and sent me for blood test, every thin come back ok, there is no sign of an infection. She proscribed Azithromycin 4 tablet one dose (start). It made no difference. After all this i began looking at my penis in detail and realized that there is a lump like soft swollen area on the left side just under the head. and there is discomfort all the time from it. it differentially looks like a Sclerosing lymphangitis, my concern is that it hurts badly when i urinate in the area under the lump... i saw no other person suffering from this condition reporting pain while urinating. What do you think? Also how effective is the Cream by Golden Sunshine? do you think i should buy it?
Also my penis had the normal top hole however there is another opening at the bottom of the head closer to the base of the head which i urinate from, i was born this way, have you ever heard of any one with a penis like that?
Hi, Thanks alot for your response. Firstly the general practitioner did not know of hypospadias so you are right.
Thank you so much i will research hypospadias. just to let you know my case i think is mild cause its just bellow the main hole with a thin peace of skin separating the two holes. no trouble with erections or abnormal foreskin. What do you think.
Now from the date of my post to now i did not have sex or masturbated and the pain while urinating stopped from yesterday (with out taking any medications). and the lump is noticeably smaller. the lump is not painful when i touch it firmly however its like a mild discomfort all the time .... like ok something is there.
all the progress just suddenly happened yesterday..
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