For the past two days there has been a persistant vibrating at the base of my penis it happens about every 3 seconds. I notice it while I relax. Ther is absolutly no pain elsewhere or urination or sexual problems with it.
One can consider various types of genitourinary infection - and can be evaluated with a prostatic exam as well as urine tests for STDs and a urinalysis.
If negative, you can consider a neurology evaluation to examine for any nerve dysfunction.
Blood tests for systemic disorders that may atpically lead to such symptoms can be consider. This can include diabetes, b-12 deficiency or thyroid disorders.
These options can be discussed with your personal physician.
Followup with your personal physician is essential.
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