A day ago I masturbated twice in a few hours with my girlfriend. Which is not abnormal for me . Anyway, last night and today especially I noticed that the tip of my penis is very tender and irritable. No pain or discomfort at all when urinating. I especially feel it when walking and underwear rubs against it or when I touch the area. Is this just an irritation derived from masturbating or something else? Should I just wait it out for a few days? Thanks very much.
Was wondering how long I should expect this to last. I still have irritation although maybe not quite as bad but still there. Also, how come I would all of the sudden get this irritation if Ive been masturbating regularly for years? One other thing to help ease my mind. The last time I had actual intercourse was 5 months ago. Theres no chance for any stds from that long ago right? I know I should probobly just forget about this and it may be because Im thinking about it so much that Im still feeling this way. Thanks for your time.
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