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The Man Manual - men's health made easy in print. In the UK, one man in five dies before he reaches Together we can change that. Our online community. My boyfriend has had a scar on his penis on the thin bit where the foreskin pulls back and s with the head. Recently this split and although it healed a bit it tore again when the skin was pushed back during sexual intercourse.
Please can you advise us on whether this is likely to heal as we currently feel unable to do anything for fear of making it worse. This frenulum often tears and invariably heals very poorly so it tends to break again in the same place. Unfortunately there is a little artery in there which bleeds quite heavily and can be a tad scary. Simply pressing on it with a cloth or thumb will stop the bleeding. He can have it removed for good with surgery. I am becoming increasingly worried about the appearance of my penis.
When I dick getting hard an erection my foreskin reamains unchanged, it does not come back to reveal my head as I feel it should. Do I have a larger then normal foreskin and can anything be done about it? I have no problem in pulling my foreskin back but it does not remain there during masturbation or intercourse. Like many things in life there are larger and smaller. You can have it removed or even modified by surgery but I honestly don't think it is worth the pain or money it cannot be done on the NHS.
Far better to grow into to it rather than suffer a tight pullover. For some time now I have had a painful penis around the base of the helmet. I am circumsised and there is no discharge.
How hard is a normal erection?
Also when having an ejaculation I cannot feel the semen passing up through the penis as I used to. When passing sperm or urine it does not feel free flowing but seems to require effort to make it pass out. I would really need you age and any past history but unfortunately the sensation of ejaculation does tend to decline with years.
Being dehydrated will cause this to some extent so take plenty of fluids. So long as there is no dick getting hard of the semen or difficulty passing water there is unlikely to be anything nasty going on. Even so, keep an open mind and see your own doctor if you find things getting worse.
Ever since puberty, whenever I have a sustained errection for any time exceeding about 3 minutes or so I seem to "leak" some sort of fluid. This can be very embarrassing. I usually wear two or three layers as not to show spots on my pants but even then it still shows through. What is this and is there anything I can do? The prostate gland just at the base of the bladder secrets the nutrient material to keep sperm alive on their long trip to the uterus. With an erection the prostate is stimulated to produce plenty of this fluid which is slightly milky looking. Not surprisingly some of this can leak and cause staining.
Most importantly you must remember that any sperm sitting around at the time will be washed down and passed out with this leakage so you could make a women pregnant without realising it if you are having unprotected intercourse. It is quite normal and difficult to stop.
One way incidentally of getting a semen sample is to stimulate the prostate with a finger massaging it from inside the anus. Not every mans idea of a good day out. I am a healthy 30 year old man. My wife and I have always enjoyed a very good sex life.
About two months ago, during vigorous sex, I bent my erect penis and felt awful pain. I finished without saying anything, but since then I have had a hard time maintaining my erection. When my wife is on top, I go limp. This is so devastating and I am too embarassed to go to the doctor. We have moved away from home and this would be my first visit to a doctor I do not know.
I can maintain the erection while I am on top, but nothing like I used to be able to do. Also, my penis looks curved when erect now.
How firm is a normal erection?
It does not get nearly as hard as it used to. I am very upset and am not sure what to do. A lot of my sensation is gone, as well. Please answer me by as soon as you can. I'd really appreciate it. I'm afraid you may have fractured your penis. This is possible despite there being no bone present. When the penis is fully erect it is liable to 'break' with trauma. There are different levels of this and it depends upon the amount of damage done to the erectile tissue. You may find that the penis tends to bend to one side, upwards or downwards.
This can be treated but you need to see your GP who will refer you to a urologist. A while ago I went biking. I biked for about 2 hours on a bad saddle. During the trip and afterwards I had a lot of pain in the area between the scrotum and the anus. This was 2. But, my real problem is the following: before this happened I very easily got an erection.
Now with difficulties, and the penis is not getting real hard. It also seems as if it is "broken" at the root. Can you tell me how serious this is and what I should do about it?? Many thanks in advance. You have succumbed to the dreaded blazing saddles syndrome. Fortunately it is usually quite reversible.
A bad saddle under constant use can bruise the pudendal nerve which runs just beneath the skin below the crotch. It supplies all the muscles and blood vessels which control the erection and to some degree passing water at the toilet. Constant bashing of this nerve can cause a paralysis or neuropraxia which can take quite some time to recover. A similar comparison is the dead arm feeling after falling asleep with your arm over a chair arm or trapped under your body while drunk. In most cases it will return to normal service. You need to look very seriously at your saddle and how it is adjusted.
I am a circumsized 31 year old male, with an unusual question It comes out and performs normally when aroused. I am wondering if this condition is normal and if it can cause problems down the road? Coming from Northern Ireland, I can think of quite a few ro down which having a penis, circumcised or otherwise, performing normally could cause problems. You might also be quite glad for a penis which gets itself out of harms way! Being overweight is the commonest cause of the 'disappearing penis' and by simply losing a few kilos it reappears as if by magic.
Most of us men are obsessed with the length of our tackle but we look at it the wrong way. Don't compare yourself to the man in the next urinal as any sideways view gives a much better perspective than looking downwards. Get a good look in a mirror and get back on the road, stud! After kissing and petting with a young lady two days later I had a sharp pain in my penis lasting dick getting hard about 20 seconds.
No dick getting hard at all had taken place. Another two days after a reddish purple rash appeared under my foreskin. I had a sharp pains to my penis on initial sex. I think the young lady was just coincidence as I had similar sharp pains months before which lasted about one month but with no rash, this went away.