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for about 2 weeks iv had this wierd irritation it feels like inside my pee hole its kinda like a dull burn but its not really that painfull just irritating it doesnt really burn when i pee but i have kno clue wat it could be an if i squeeze the tip sumtimes there will be a sharp pain im kinda scared to go to the doctor wat could this be
I suggest that you seek consult with a urologist.Pain in the tip of the penis may be due to an infection, inflammation or injury along the urethra or the glans (glands) itself.
Any recent trauma involving the area?
Any visible lesions?
A complete physical examination by a urologist will be able to help. A urinalysis may be able to rule out infections in the urinary tract.Just prevent manipulation of the area as this may cause injuries and aggravate the pain.
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