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Slight burning sensation in penis, used cue tip, drop of blood on it. What to do ?

I recently had slight burning sensation in my penis and thought it might be an infection so i took a cue tip and pushed slowly into my penis and pulled it out. The problem is that when i pulled it out i noticed it had less then a drop of blood on it, so barely any but still blood. I have at a younger age stuck cue tips in my penis and it has hurt to pee after but im scared because it hurts unbelievably now. What do i do?
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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Hello icedogbvs1,

Welcome to the forum. The symptoms of burning sensation in the penis, pain and blood are indicating that there is infection, inflammation and injury in the urethra of your penis. You should get clinically examined by a doctor. Get your blood and urine ( routine and culture sensitivity ) done to get started with your treatment as early as possible. You are in need of antibiotics and medications that will give relief to you.

You should have VDRL and Australia antigen tests done to rule out STD. If you are a sexually active person try to perform abstinence till your penis in not fine. Limit the number of your partners.

Penis is an organ meant to be used for reproduction. Even if you are a fidgety person, do handle your organ with care. Do not enter into complications unnecessarily. Do take good care of your hygiene, get your clothes washed and treated with antiseptics.
Answered: Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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