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I have a tiny vein at the tip of my penis(just below the urethra opening up to the lip maybe 1/4 inch in length or less). The vein is very close to the surface and it appears to come to the surface in a tiny pin sized hole. Sometimes it is closed and other times it oozes a clear liquid. I have had it as long as I can remember.
Anyone have this or no what it could be? Could it be congenital?
While penile veins are common, the oozing of a clear liquid could indicate other causes such as fistulas, fissure etc. I would suggest getting this examined by a primary care physician or a urologist for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate management.
Hope this is helpful.
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