hi i had a pain while i was doing excersises to my penis. and after that i had a vein on left side getting bigger and blue-purple after that. it goes from middle to head. and i have this for 4 months. none of the urologists i speak said i have something wrong but i have this pain for long time. just vein doctor gave me Detralex for 3 months use and it eased my pain after 2 weeks but still vein is there and not dissapearing.
how can this condition be defined? i have small red veins like branches of that main one and head has some red and white discolouration also..
i wud be happy to get your opinions and suggestions...
I don’t think there’s anything to be worried about. It could possibly be an inflammation & thrombosis (clotting) of the vein of the penis which is common and gradually heals itself. Everything should be fine over time. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
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