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Pain in the penis when doing core stability exercises. Reason?

I feel a dull pain, just above the place the penis branches out of the body, while doing lunges , leg raises or a few minutes after I go for a long run. My form, when I do exercises is up to the mark. Whenever I do any exercises which requires core stability or lower abdominal strength, I get that pain. Could you tell me what is wrong with my body? As a serious athlete, I don t want to severely injure myself, and so I have stopped doing activities which cause that pain. Please help me. What kind of medication should I take? What exercises can I do to get rid of this problem? Thank you.
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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Hope you are doing good. Pain above the penis area (Pubic Region) could be from Appendicitis , Bladder disorders , Kidney infection or kidney stones
Intestinal disorders , Nerve conditions , Hernia , Pelvis disorder.
As you pain start with exercise or exertion there could be the possibility of hernia.
You should do few investigations like Blood and urine tests and ultrasound after counseling with your physician physically examination of the area where you feel pain.

I hope have answered your query. Feel free to ask if you have any query wish you good health. Regards
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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