I fractured my penis in January of 2006, which was 10 months ago from this date. They only medical treatment the hospital gave me was anti-inflamatories and to bed rest myself until the swelling went down. I feel my body has never went back to the way it once was, and I still have problems with it functioning correctly. I have read articles suggesting I should have had surgery immediatley after my accident happen. Can you tell me after all this time is it too late to get a second opinion and try to operate on the problem.
I think that you should really ask second opinion concerning to your penis injury. Did they examined your penis by ultrasound? Perhaps everything is fine, but better to know it! I have had testicle injury and I was opereted when I was teenager.
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