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What is causing the pain in my penis during urination ?

hi im 16 and male, went a toilet and i have always clean my penis with toilet paper because i have sensitic skin . arfter i went toilet arfter i clean my penis i got a pain where you got the cornective tishew from the head to the forskin and it really harts and when i pee it harts where the cornective tishew is. is this bad or could i have a small cut from where cleaned my penis with the toilet paper and could i have a small cut where drops of pee u get arfter peeing could be geting in or couls it be warse. manythanks if u can help
Asked On : Fri, 8 Apr 2011
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thanks for health care magic
i think ur problem is of paraphimosis
Paraphimosis: A condition in which the foreskin of the penis, once retracted, cannot return to its original location. The foreskin remains trapped behind the groove of the coronal sulcus between the shaft and the glans. This causes blood to pool in the veins behind the entrapment, leading to swelling and severe pain. The foreskin, with lubrication, can sometimes be reduced. This works only if the paraphimosis is discovered early, and requires a short-acting general anesthetic or heavy sedation. Circumcision can both prevent and cure paraphimosis.

Answered: Sun, 17 Apr 2011
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