Ok so here it is. Frequently after sex or masturbation, regardless of how rough or gentle , the head of my penis, or glans ends up feeling bruised, the pain stops after a few hours and will be fine after that. Also, I have been getting weird pains that last a second or two at any given spot on my penis. It doesn't feel like its the skin. Sometimes the pain is a pinching feeling, sometimes it is dull, but always stops after about 2 seconds. I have no visible sores or redness or anything. I went to the doctors and he said " I dunno " . Anyone have any answers for these problems? I'm 24 year old circumcised . I have hpv if that means anything
Hi Rider, you could have Prostatis, infammation of the protate gland, got this why doing some reseach, google HPV and penis pains, should be the second one down, its a long 2 part answer, its the second part you need.
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