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Swollen penis. Done STD tests. What is this swelling, how to get relief?

hi sir i have intercouse without protection, after two days i have do mastubating, then i ahve found my penis swollen. then after one day its came normmally. after 15 days i have went intercourse agian, it was araised same problem, i have consult doctor and he tested for stds its came negative. why penis upper skin is swelling till now. i did not get relief please
Asked On : Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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Hi Srinu,

You have already consulted a doctor, got a STD screening done which came back negative.

The only possible reason I can think of is a swelling due to friction or overuse. Try to abstain from sexual intercourse or masturbation for some time until the swelling subsides.

Do not apply any ointment or cream on the affected area. Use only lukewarm water for bathing.

Get well soon.

Answered: Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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