I think you had irritation, aggravated by trauma. I t sounds as though that's gone, only to be replaced by anxiety symptoms. If you need additional reassurance, have a urologist evaluate your burning, etc. Then, when you find out all is well, forget about it.
You really need to post this in the mens health. Click on forums.
Have you seen a urologist? It could be that something irritated the prostate. Sitting down puts pressure on the prostate which can refer pain and burning to penis and groin area. Something to look into if your problems persist.
Well i went back to the doctor again and he did a urinalysis and an x-ray to check for kidney stones. He said he saw something but was unsure of what it was, but could be a stone.
Urinalysis came back clean. He gave me bactrim and said it would cover the prostate if it was bacterial. Hopefully it will clear up otherwise a urologist is in my near future
Thanks for the comment btw
In case anyone who has read this thread and is having the same symptoms, i went to the urologist today and was diagnosed with acute prostatitis. Put me on cipro 500mg and flowmax. Good luck to anyone with these problems
I have the same prob., burning in penis. I assumed it was prostatitis and still do. I am seeing Urologist and things are not getting better. Actually pain in penis is just mild now, but burning pain when sitting still happening after 4.5 months. 80 days of Cipro (antibiotic) did not fix it. 7 weeks of Naproxen anti-inflamatory gave me ulcers in the stomach so now I'm taking Nexium to fix that prob. Flomax gave me heart palpitations and panic attacks so switched to Alfuzosin (Alpha-blocker) with similar prob. but after two weeks I can tolerate it now. Flomax always worked in the past.
I have a feeling Flomax will open up your prostate to the point that the penis pain will
stop. However, you may have to take it for quite a long time before things remain better. I'm not a doctor, just someone with a similar condition. I wish I could sit longer and get back to work after 4.5 months off the job. Regards, GB