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Pain in penis
Hello sir from two month I have pain in penis when erecting there is any big problem pain in inside penis
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An erection normally occurs in response to physical or psychological stimulation. This stimulation causes certain blood vessels to relax and expand, increasing blood flow to spongy tissues in the penis. Consequently, the blood-filled penis becomes erect. After stimulation ends, the blood flows out, and the penis returns to its nonrigid (flaccid) state. Priapism occurs when some part of this system — the blood, blood vessels or nerves — changes normal blood flow, resulting in painful erections. Consult urologist for further evaluation...
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