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First and foremost, I'm not completely sure if the topic I chose is the right one, as my problem is sort of vague. But I digress.
I have been experiencing pain in the head of my penis, but unlike many trademark pains that go hand in hand with UTIs or Yeast Infection, my pain is different.
I've always been able to flex my penis (as most guys can) by pumping more blood into it. I find this can be very pleasurable during sex as well as a neat party trick (just kidding).
Lately however I have noticed a stabbing sensation on the tip of my penis when I do this. It's not a severe pain at all, and sometimes I don't even feel it.
In fact if I pump blood into my penis enough times the sensation even goes away.
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