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Hypospodias and sex..

27 year old male and i had a condition by birth called hypospodias. that is the urinary tract in penis shorter and did not open at the tip of penis. during birth they covered the rest of the tract by skin grafting. this make me selfconscious and triggers negative feelings..causing a less hard erection sometimes. if there is some way of removing this pain, it would be a great gift to me sir something that makes me feel normal
Asked On : Mon, 11 Jan 2010
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  User's Response
There are many anxieties regarding first sexual encounter. This is the same. If you are having pain, then i would suggest you to consult a Urologist as he deals it with this speciality.
Answered: Mon, 18 Jan 2010
  Anonymous's Response

You should consult a Urologist in person for examination and after that if there is any issue, it shall be treated accordingly.

Answered: Mon, 11 Jan 2010
  User's Response

This is mainly due to anxiety and there wont be any problem.
Answered: Mon, 18 Jan 2010
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