a couple of nights ago after intercourse i went to the bathroom to urinate and i experienced a very sharp pain in my penis.after urinating i felt pain while i was touching my penis.i went to the er and the doctor on duty told me that i might have popped a blood vessel,but there was no blood in my urine.i need to know if this might be a stone trying to pass or something else.the pain has moved to the head of my penis sometimes when i walk i feel the pain.
Your symptoms sound more consistent with local trauma than a stone. Avoid further possible trauma at this time If the problem persists, see a urologist.
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