The tip of my penis is slightly swollen and red, meatus urethral is i think what its called. All STD tests were clear except i got treated for one lesion of HPV with liquid nitrogen in two sittings. This happened i think after the first time i was sprayed. The second time he sprayed on the meatus urethral, thinking that there maybe an HPV lesion there, but there wasnt, it turned black and scabby, now scabs are gone, and its slightly red and swollen.
however, it was swollen before he sprayed it with liq nitro. can you tell me what it might be, do i need to go to urologist.
Swelling of the urethral meatus could be a reaction to your laundry soap, local trauma from masturbating/sexual activity. I would also think in terms of local contact with chemicals: spermatacides, lubricants, condom material. Also, you might think of a urinary infection. If it is not bothering you, is it really new? Was it ever not swollen/red? It may be just a variation of normal.
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I dont know if its a urinary infection, as there is no discharge, no discoloration, no pain, totally normal.
I noticed the swelling, after the first treatment of liquid nitrogen. At the point it was slightly swollen, but not red. its become red, cuz when i went the 2nd time, the nurse sprayed liq nitro on the UMeatus, to see if there were any warts there. Nothing happend, it just scabbed, and now the scabs are off, but its kind of red, slighly swollen at the end of the lips, i touched it, its very very soft, no pain or tenderness.
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