• 6 months ago

    Pain at root of penis

    Hoping someone on here might have had something similar to this and give me some answers. 38 year old intact male, a week ago noticed some discomfort when shaking off after uriniating. Thought it was strange but not worried. A day or two later I became aroused and was in quite a bit of pain. It started in the root of the penis just to the left of the dorsal vein and extended up to the tip radiating down to my groin. No pain urinating or ejaculating. No STD's same partner for the last 15 years. No injury I could pin it on either. Went to my GP and he ruled out a prostate problem or infection. Said it sounded like Mondor disease (very uncommon) and would go away in anywhere from 4-8 weeks. He said to use heat and take 1200mg of ibuprofen daily. Been doing that with no changes. Hasn't gotten worse, definitely hasn't improved either, I have noticed an increase in urination and a bit of a fullness feeing between my scrotum and anus but no real discomfort sitting. This morning I started to feel a bit of a sharp twinge deeper in the shaft underneath but again, no pain urinating. Erection is very painful and worsens if the penis is bent down at all (seems when pressure is put on the root). erection is more tolerable when pointing straight up but still too painful to want sex. Thinking of going back to be referred to a urologist, maybe some antibiotics could help. Any info would be great! It's going to be a long 8 weeks.

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  • 6 months ago

    RE: Pain at root of penis

    Hi Have a good read through this link your find it helpful. OK

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4349227/

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      • 6 months ago
        Thanks for the info, I'm not 100% sure if this is what I have, doctor said it's basically a small blood clot, he sees this maybe once every 2 years or so, either because it's rare, or most people are too embarrassed to come in. I don't have a hard rope like growth, it's more of a small hard lump beside the main vein and it's not noticeable, it need to be felt to know it's there. Still unsure whether to ask for antibiotics or a second opinion.
  • 6 months ago

    RE: Pain at root of penis

    Hi So if its a hard lump inside your vein, it could be plaque from cholesterol, if so this can be got rid by taking a mix of Cayenne pepper and turmeric, a mix of these two will help remove plaque, I take this daily in a mix of CP and turmeric in tomato paste and thin it with olive oil, when you do this mix at first do a mix to the heat you can take from the CP and as you go on you can increase to CP, I use a glass jar and it goes in the fridge, I also mix a teaspoon of chopped garlic, something else that's very good for your blood, You can read up about all of the above and please check it out.

    I would suggest you start by taking 3 teaspoons 3 times a day wash each one down with water for 2 weeks the down to twice a day, then down to just first thing each morning, it will make you feel good as its all very good for your blood.

    If you find it to thick just add in some more olive oil each day, the olive oil is very good for you. OK

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  • 6 months ago
      • 6 months ago
        Thanks for the reply, no it's definitely not a skin issue, pain is inside.