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What is the treatment for painful penis? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 16-Dec-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Penis Problems
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Practicing since : 2004
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:Worried and embaressed over something so was confused whom to talk to
Doctor:Please proceed with your concern.
User:I felt something v v small/tiny ......v v tiny thing in my penis when it was erect but cant see or feel that wasnt paining but i could touch it and it could move
User:This would be somewhere in the middle and on the side- saw first time ever
Doctor:Can you describe it besides being very very small?
User:cant find words
User:it wasnt hard and could move also
User:1/10th of a cm.....
Doctor:It would be extremely difficult for me to give you a good comments without proper description.
User:since it was inside so dont know what it was
Doctor:That being said, if that was very small and is not causing any symptom
Doctor:then it may be insignficant.
Doctor:It may be simple blood vessel engorgement or may be
Doctor:something that you are over seeing it.
User:calling it a v small stone may not be correct
Doctor:If you notice any other abnormality, please note down the details.
User:ya may be
User:when u say anormality - how exactly do u define it ?
Doctor:If they don't occur again, then you can consider this uneventful.
Doctor:Abnormal is something that occur out of usual.
Doctor:If you notice any color changes, any symptoms or any other lesion which hasn't occurred in the past
Doctor:you may note it down.
Doctor:And discuss with a doctor again.
Doctor:It may be nothing concerning and trivial
User:u know with all these deadly diseases these days like cancr etc, just suddenly get paranoid about such things ......
Doctor:Cancer involving the skin also present with obvious symptoms.
Doctor:If you have no symptoms and have found a very, very tiny condition, it is not likely to be related to cancer.
Doctor:So do not be too concerned.
User:doctor in which field are the onces who look into anything related to this when it concerns penis ?
Doctor:Discuss with a doctor when you find something unusual.
Doctor:It depends on the symptoms you have.
User:like heart would be cardiologist and so on...
Doctor:You may either consult a dermatologist or urologist - depending the symptom.
Doctor:Sexual problems are dealt by psychiatrist/andrologist or sexual therapist.
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:Do you have any other query?
User:nothing sexual i guess
User:this is the only thing..................otherwise for many months now.......i sometimes have phases where my daily frequency of passing urine increased
User:so doctor got my diabets and urine tests done and they were normal
User:sometimes i have had pain in my legs for some days and then it would be ok but now almost for a month- i have pain in legs, thighs....
User:just thought of telling u this also for any linkage tht u could see.......was anyways planning to see an ortho or someone on this
Doctor:The pain in your legs and thigh is not related to your current problem related to penis.
Doctor:You can consult an orthpedician and come back to us after the evaluation.
User:ok - thanks
Doctor:This pain may be related to muscular aches
Doctor:or something related to metabolism.
Doctor:Detailed examination and if needed testing will tell us the cause.
Doctor:Do you have any more questions?
User:so would ortho be the right kind of doctor to consult for this ?
Doctor:Yes. Orthopedician will be able to evaluate you for this ache.
User:thanks - no more questions
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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