If you passed a kidney stone, then your problem is kidney stones. You must change your diet to reduce kidney stone formation, and you need treatment from a urologist (don't visit the hospital) for kidney stone formation. It takes months for them to form, whether you can see them or not, and the grit from early formation is easily the reason for the irritation. It will not go away, even with treatment, for months.View Thread
Yes, every man has a frenulum. You should have skipped a GP and gone straight to a urologist. A GP knows about as much about penises as you do about laying undersea cable.
The excessively tight attachment of flesh may need minor surgical correction so you do not cause yourself repeated injury in your sex life. Frenulum chordee or frenulum breve are typically corrected surgically during circumcision, and if no circumcision occurred, then corrected when the tissue becomes problematic as it has for you now.
There is an artery in this structure that if you tear the flesh, can bleed profusely. No sexual activity until the area has completely healed. And by all means, see a urologist for help before you re-injure the area.View Thread
No. This is the problem with self-diagnosis. If you're not a doctor, it's not your job. Lymph channels do NOT have color. Your penis is delicate even if you don't treat it that way. Please see a urologist promptly. It's no longer important HOW it happened, only that you have done damage and need medical attention.View Thread
There is no penis pain that is normal. You need to see a urologist promptly. Actually you needed to see one a month ago when it started. Unfortunately you may have done yourself an injury. If these veins were not this prominent before, your abuse may have caused varicose veins on your penis, and you may have done some damage to the soft tissue structures in the shaft of your penis. I do not know if such can be corrected.
Every day you wait risks the situation being permanent. Go to a urologist with urgency now. Unfortunately you really should have gone a month ago. Left too long, some things cannot be helped.
You've now learned that your penis is not made of wood or steel and is one of the most complicated and delicate organs, and requires respect and gentle handling. Hopefully the situation can be remedied, but without an exam by a urologist, I can't offer further ideas.View Thread
Most likely one of three things is happening, listed in the likelihood of probability: 1) you were too vigorous during sex and have injured your penis 2) you have an STD 3) you were allergic to the condom or lubricant 4) the symptoms started coincidentally with your activity and is unrelated to sexual contact, and has another cause
The symptom of urgency is also connected to anxiety, but you haven't indicated any other association with how this symptom started.
Your doctor would ask you if you used a condom during this sexual encounter, and if any lubricant or condom brand was different than before, how long you were engaged in penetration, whether the condom (if any) broke, and if you have since been tested for STDs, and whether this symptom has ever occurred for you in history.
This additional information would be required to make a more accurate assessment of the situation.View Thread
You need to see a urologist and report the symptoms your are describing. Finding a solution will require an examination of the area to determine if you have a hernia, some adhesions from your prior injury, or if something else is going on.
It is impossible to assess from your description alone. A physical examination of the area is required. Please make an urgent appointment with a urologist. No pain in this area is normal, and you should see the doctor within the next two weeks or sooner.View Thread
There are many kinds of nubby bumps that can occur on the head of your penis. If instead of actual bumps it's a wormy vein that pushes up the skin, you're talking about a varicose vein. Irritation of a varicose vein tends to make it worse. You should see a urologist before engaging in sex or masturbation that could make the condition worsen.View Thread
Yes, you most definitely should be worried and need to immediately see a urologist. If you tore the opening in the meatus of your penis, you need immediate medical attention. Hopefully you have already been to the doctor since your post last week.
A centimeter is a HUGE amount, like three times the size of the normal opening!
If any help can be had, it MUST be immediate. Do not wait. Go now!View Thread
There are some boxer brief brands that are all elastic, a sort of stretch fabric that has no waistband at all. I can't name the brand.
There are three approaches to varicocele surgery. They each have different risks. Unfortunately all urogenital surgery comes with risks.
The point at which a varicocele becomes painful is the time when surgery should be seriously considered. Otherwise the risks outweigh the cosmetic benefit.
Regardless, stop focusing on boxer briefs and just find some underwear that doesn't cause discomfort. Changing your style is a minor adjustment compared to perpetual discomfort. After most surgery in the scrotum area, very supportive underwear is recommended, even a truss. You might try a truss temporarily to see if the issue is the style of support, and not the waistband.
At least I hope you're talking about waist and not waste, as that would be a different issue altogether.View Thread
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