hi....i dont know what to say..I am 27 male..one night before going to sleep i masturbated....everything was normal...i took shower and slept...next day in the morning i was having pain when my boxers were rubbing the tip of my penis....i waited for couple of days and went to a urologist...he did my urine examination and said i dont have an STD....i m sure about it since i dont have a gf......he thought it can be prosthesis....but not sure....he gave antibiotics for 3 weeks and nothing helped..meanwhile the condition gets really worst...sometimes i see swelling on the tip of my penis and left side of my penis hurts really bad...I am wearing loose trousers which helps me....but i cant live with this through my life....after 2 months i day i did masturbation and sudden after that i feel like a nerve pain on the left side of my penis...the pain is always there...it takes like a week to come down but if tip gets press or rubbed the burning pain is coming back again.....after that i went to another urologist.....he said i cant have prostrate problem in this age...he said to apply for a 1% hydrocartisone...it has been a month and no help..i m getting mad what is it....i cat live with it thought my life...did i hurt my penis....or what...plse help me out i m confused,frustrated and scared,......the skin of my penis is usually rough and dark....i m not sure if it was the same before....i had this after doing masturbation....did i hurt any tissue or what...plse advice....
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