Your penis is a complicated thing. Below your belt and between your legs, there are a lot of very delicate parts carrying out very important bodily functions. This also means, unfortunately, that there's a lot that can go wrong. Here are eight of the most common types of penis pain, as well as the possible causes of—and solutions to—each of them.
How you treat penis pain at home depends on its cause. Talk to your health care provider about treatment. Ice packs may help ease the pain. If penis pain is caused by a sexually transmitted disease, it is important for your sexual partner to also be treated. An erection that does not go away priapism is a medical emergency. Get to the hospital emergency room right away.
Worried about a sore burning sensation on the tip of your penis?
My penis is having extreme sharp pains in the right side of the shaft. I have recently started to masturbate. I do not have any problem urinating nor does it hurt to. I also have a tickling sensation in the head of the penis and it is getting annoying.
You have urethritis. This means an inflammation in your urethra. The urethra is the tube that drains the urine out of your bladder through the tip of the penis. Urethritis is most often caused by a bacterial infection.