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Sound from base of penis
Yesterday while masterbating, I heard a sound from base of penis . No sweeling & pain... After that erection is also quit normal... Is this normal or is this a condition of penis fracture?
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If erection is normal and no swelling and pain then no need to worry.
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Unlikely to be fracture as you have not developed any swelling and you don't have any pain. But be careful. Avoid masturbation. By doing masturbation vigorously you can cause fracture also.        Masturbation is done by almost every body during adolescent age  and even afterwards.. It is not harmful if done in moderation.Both men an women can enjoy the sexual release it provides. But if you do in excess then it can lead to lots of problems. Do not see porn. Avoid masturbation. Avoid remaining alone. Do yoga. .Excessive masturbation can lead to damage of nerves supplying the penis which in future may lead to shrinkage of organ, low sexual stamina, early discharge (premature ejaculation) etc. . It should not interfere in your daily life. Detailed medical history has to be taken before providing you treatment.
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Some sound can be normal
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Hello, hope u r doing well in life. It’s normal. Had it been a penile fracture u wud hav experience severe pain, swelling with no erection. Hope this helps !! All the best !!
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