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blood clot and spider veins on penis

3 months ago I pinched top middle side of penis shaft when flaccid drying with towel. I instantly noticed a small bulge of blood under skin and some blood creating branches from it, I presume to create alternative flow because of injury. seen two urologists, although awaiting to be scanned and they tell me all 'normal' but normal is a regular constant state and it was not like this before. my dorsal vein looks more prominent, more so after sex and long standing.

since the injury i ache down there a lot, have increasing spider veins where there were none before all emanating from original injury point which has not improved since it occurred. have rested for two 4 week periods resuming sex both times as urologist said ok, although I know different. also taken ibuprofen and citruline malate. I can get full erections but cannot have sex with any force and vigour as I could before injury and I ache greatly after. also internal itching feeling throughout last 3 months inside penis by injury. crossing my legs even increases ache. the veins are increasing I number and the older ones are enlarging noticeably. I'm being told its al-right but i know different

been told not Mondors but I know something not right and this clot has not gone and spider veins increase, ache persists

any ideas please?
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Hello,
These can be due to penile varicose veins or Monor’s disease. It is superficial thrombophlebitis of the penis. This is an inflammatory reaction to a clot within the vein. This subsequently causes blockages and dilation of the vein. It is typically painless, but can be painful. In studies, patients were noted to have thrombophlebitis after a prolonged sexual act with or without intercourse. It was described as cord-like thickening of the superficial penile veins.

Diagnosis can be confirmed by ultrasound.
It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.




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