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I am 21 years old and recently i have developed a varicose vein on my penis. It runs from the base of the head along my shaft.I masturbate a lot but however for the past 3 months i have stopped.The vein gives me slight discomfort.I am not sexually active.
Will the varicose vein ever heal? If so , how long will it take?
What kind of diet do I have to maintain to do so?
Can I have sex without it affecting my life?
Is there any medication I can take that can help the healing process?
Prominent penile veins is commonly present and may not be something to worry about. However there is associated discomfort I would suggest an evaluation by a urologist for an accurate diagnosis and suggestion of an appropriate management plan.
Hope this is helpful.
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