Two days ago I had masterbated for about 5 hours with short urinating breaks and maybe a phone call or two without ejaculation until the end 5 hours later.I would rub it alittle for alittle then stop and slow down or stop shortly when i felt i was getting close and therefore able to keep the masterbation going for about 5 hours.There was slight discomfort in my penis and testicle area towards the end.I came and I had a bad case of blue balls.The left side got better as normal but the right side had what seemed to be blue balls(tenderness in my testicle area) for the rest of the day.The next day things felt better.It has been two days and for the most part I feel ok.My penis still feels alittle sensitive(very little on the bottom) but not alot.I didnt touch it or mess with it,I tried masterbating today just to see how it would work and if anything would bother me(a normal ten minute masterbation) and my penis is still sensitive and i did orgasm.Since the incident two days ago,I have had some movement in penis as far as erections, but i havent been able to get really hard yet.Is it possible that i could have permanently damaged anything or does it need some time to heal?Would you recomend a certain amount of time where i dont masterbate or have sex?After how much time, or should i already go and see a doctor.It almost feels kind of like right after u masterbate your penis just doesnt have the will to get hard again, its kind of like that but its been alittle longer. like i said its still sensitive and it has moved during arousal a few times, but i have not gotten a full erection.Does it need time to heal, thanks?
Trauma from excessive physical activity may have lead to a strain causing the smptoms. The recovery and healing time would vary from patient to patient.
If symptoms don't improve, a referral to a urologist can be considered. Ultrasound of the penis can be considered to look for anatomical or vascular damage.
These options can be discussed with your personal physician.
Followup with your personal physician is essential.
This answer is not intended as and does not substitute for medical advice - the information presented is for patient education only. Please see your personal physician for further evaluation of your individual case.
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