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I have a question about the dorsal vein of the penis. I can see a large and cord like vein that i believe is the dorsal vein on my penis, I can see see the vein but can't feel the vein through my skin but when the Dorsal vein on my penis gets to an inch by the head it protrudes from the skin and curls. I can easily touch and move it around and when I am erect it is very noticeable as I now have a large question mark shaped vein on my penis just below the head. It doesn't hurt and I always had it but I would like to know what is going on with it. Thanks for any comments
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