Couldn't find what you looking for?

TRY OUR SEARCH!

i have main in my organ area after erection .the pain last a long will and is severve when i stand.

Loading...

Hi! Painful erections are very uncommon unless you have recently experienced penile trauma or irritation. Other causes of erectile pain would include: Peyronie's disease, Penile mass, Priapism, Phimosis, Penile Injury. Peyronie's disease is characterized by a plaque or lump that forms on the penis. This plaque can result in pain or cause the penis to bend during an erection. Treatment can involve oral pills, topical cream, injection of certain medications into the plaque, radiation therapy, or surgery. With any penile mass, you should have it examined to make sure that it isn't anything to worry about (cancer). An ultrasound and/or biopsy can be considered for further evaluation. Follow-up with your personal physician is essential. Priapism is a prolonged painful erection, lasting more than four hours, that does not result from sexual desire and does not subside despite orgasm. Normally, blood enters the erectile tissues of the penis and forms an erection which subsides with an orgasm. Priapism lets the blood into the penis, but won't let it out with an orgasm. It is either due to too much blood flowing into the erectile tissues of the penis, or from blood not leaving the corpora fast enough. Phimosis is tightness of the prepuce (foreskin) of the penis that prevents the retraction of the foreskin over the glans. The condition is usually congenital, but it may be the result of an infection, commonly linked to neglected hygiene. I hope this will help you detect the cause of pain and solve it within short time.
Reply

Loading...