Ahrazn, You can't see the nerves in your penis. It must be something else. Orange urine is a different problem, which can be blood in your urine or extreme dehydration. Both are serious! If you have pain in your penis you need to see a doctor. Under no circumstances is that normal.View Thread
I am not a doctor. If you're talking about protease which is a protein digesting enzyme, this isn't a lymphatic enzyme, it's a digestive enzyme. And you would most likely have other obvious health issues/symptoms if you did not have enough protease to digest your food properly.
Understand that the lymphatic system is the garbage removal system for your body. If your body is full of so much garbage that the removal system can't keep up, doing other things that relieve the stress on the waste removal system will improve your health overall.
I suspect it is coincident that your resolution of the lymphangitis happened when you were taking a supplement, and is not directly related. If you had said that your morning head/chest congestion was suddenly gone after taking digestive enzymes for a week, I would believe you, but not curing lymphangitis in your penis.View Thread
Somethingalamode, That is something else. Lymphangitis is confined to the lymph channels and follows these channels exclusively.
A lymphocele is an exploded lymph channel that leaks fluid into surrounding tissue, but typically shows as an inflamed lymph channel for some period of time.
The blisters you have are probably typical water blisters, just like you get from excessive friction on other skin. That's not a diagnosis, but a very likely assessment. You may still wish to see a urologist.
Clearly you need to be more gentle and use more lubricant. Treat them gently like you would a regular blister, keep clean and dry, and don't cut the skin to release fluid. Only a urologist should do so, if at all. They will hopefully resorb within several days. The skin may be tougher there for some period. No sexual contact until the area has been fully healed for a week or you risk further injury.
If they inflame further, please see the doctor promptly.View Thread
You can't control what you can't control, so no sense in worrying about it. Do the best that you can. You're not going to immobilize yourself while sleeping or walking around. Just don't add any more to the irritations that come with daily living. Boxers may lead to more irritation than briefs because there is no support for your penis, however a similar argument could be made for the confinement of briefs. So, as I said, just go about daily living, but don't add to irritations unnecessarily.
Rocketman11, In some circumstances yes, but not reliably so. So a supervised regimen of high-dose anti-inflammatories is sometimes suggested by your urologist, for a specific number of days to see if there is any change when there was no change before.View Thread
You cannot successfully treat this with any pills. And your doctor, whether a urologist or not, is unlikely to offer you any help other than the instructions already found in this discussion thread. You're going to have to get over your embarrassment.
If you do see a doctor, make sure it's a urologist because your general practitioner will have no idea what's going on. A urologist isn't going to be the least bit embarrassed because all he does is work on penises. If your urologist recommends a high-dose anti-inflammatory regimen, it needs to be supervised so you don't end up unintentionally poisoning yourself. This course of treatment is not reliable.View Thread
Rocketman, Erections will not cause damage. And you cannot stop your body from having them many times a day anyway. I do understand they may not be comfortable, but an erection itself is not causing a problem. Pushing your penis around to try and lose the erection is an irritant and should be avoided. Your body creates partial or full erections probably 6-10 times a day. This is normal and isn't going to hurt you. You may simply notice them much more because your penis already has an injury and you feel pain.View Thread
Hi Wacokid, Daubing the cream on your penis gently is not going to cause a problem. Massaging the cream in, squeezing or turning your penis to inspect probably will be an irritant.
Ejaculation is not the issue. Physical contact is. So, since you're not going to get sufficient stimulation to ejaculate unless you're breaking the no-contact rule, you have nothing to worry about except you own hands.
Intelligent humans can override any base impulses because they understand the cost/benefit relationship.
A week or two is very unlikely to be enough time. Most of the time it takes 1-3 MONTHS to heal fully. Every time you restart activity too soon, you set the clock back.View Thread
Hello Salt, It sounds like varicose vein in your foreskin (which can happen if it gets overstretched or if pressure forces the valves inside the veins to break from backward pressure) and lymph channel inflammation around the corona of your penis. Thrombosis is a clot inside a vein. It could be a clot in this vein I am suggesting might be varicose. I don't know. I certainly haven't seen it.
Peyronies is an internal condition that cannot be seen on the surface aside from the curvature that occurs as a result.
I'd say go back to the urologist and express your concern in differentiating between thrombosis and varicose veins and lymphangitis, as well as your concern that the pain has continued for such a prolonged period.
Are you doing anything to irritate the area other than applying the ointment?View Thread
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