I have had some glanular hypospadias surgery (2000); surgery to correct a stricture near the meatus (10/2009); a 50% success rate internal urethrotomy for a deeper stricture in the bulbar area (04/2010); and a 1 stage open urethroplasty with a graft of penile foreskin to revise the bulbar stricture (03/2011). The internal urethrotomy has given me some worrying symptoms, still here after 2 years:
*A vein/lymph/artery(/fascia?) appeared on the left side of the flaccid penis, mid shaft, 1-2 weeks post internal urethrotomy surgery, after masturbation.
*What I believe is the dorsal vein on top seems more swollen as well, and is also more prominent in flaccid state than before surgery, just like that new left side cord/vein.
*Firm flaccid penis (several times during the day). The penis may be short and tight or long and narrow (almost hour glass shape) and very firm to he touch despite being flaccid. Veins and firmness most prominent after erection/ejaculation.
*I now often see absence of erections when waking up or weaker morning erections with no swollen glans.
*Erection during arousal/stimulation gives a swollen glans, however, and a normal erection as prior to surgery (a little harder to achieve, and maybe 5% less rising power).
*Following ejaculation my penis will 20% of the time take about a minute to start shrinking down, and may be followed by a slight tingling sensation, where the glans turns paler/slightly spotted but yet not shrink noticeably.
*Sometimes I see a Peyronies-imitating appearance, ONLY in the semi-erect state, mostly after an erection or waking up, where the penis is sligthly bent to the left. Center of this bending seems to appear where the new cord/vein is at the left side, mid shaft, of the penis.
*Firmness + cord never occur when lying down on my back (flaccid penis becomes 'normal' and soft). Firmness can appear while urinating. Erections do not seem to change when sitting and standing up.
What could this be, and is it treatable??