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Is frequent masturbation the cause of soreness inside the penis

Hi I m a 24 year old male. My girlfriend And I have had a long distance relationship the past few months and we would do a a lot of Sexting. I feel like I ve masturbated more often then I used to. Recently my penis has become sore on the inside, mainly when first reaching erection and then it subsides as I become fully aroused but it is a little sore if I squeeze on the sides to hard. It s definitely an internal penis pain and it feels like its just on the siides. It s not a terrible pain but alarming because I ve never had penis pain before. In hoping it could just be from over use and I should just take it easy? All the other info says Peyronies disease but I feel like I m to young for that plus theirs no hard lumps or bands or a huge bend or anything. Any ideas?
Asked On : Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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hi,
your symptoms can be due to too much masturbation which can lead to urethral inflammation and even soft tissues injury.
first of all you should take complete abstinence and avoid any sexual act till you are totally cured.
you can take some anti-inflammatory drugs and analgesic like piroxicam or ibuprofen for a week or so, you can also add some antibiotics to treat urethritis like doxycycline for a week, you should maintain proper hygiene .
even after 1 week you are not cued completely then you should consult a sexologist , as far as peyronie's disease is concerned if may occur due to excessive repeated sexual trauma for long time as it is nothing but a result of chronic persistent inflammation of the soft connective tissue of the penis resulting into fibrosis and collagen diposition and band formation , so it is better to not to neglect it .
wish you all the best
Answered: Wed, 26 Mar 2014
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