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Low grade fever, shriveled penis on trying to urinate. Taking z-pack, tussin. Cure?

I ve had flu like symptoms for five days. I had a low grade fever . I m on fourth day of a z-pac as well as taking Tussin. Since I ve been ill my penis has shriveled up like a button. When I need to urinate it is shrunk into my body and when pulling it out I begin to begin the flow. Also the urine has a smell like Musenix.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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having flu like symptoms is associated with fever. Your penile size depends on your mood and physical health. If you are anxious, depressed or stressed, it raises sympathetic nervous system activity and the penis shrinks. If you are aroused due to any reason, it gets hardness. Sometimes in physical illness, it may not respond to sexual stimuli for short duration of time but then recovers by itself. so please don't be misled by the shrinking of penis while having fever. it should be fine once you are OK
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