Penile pain can be a symptom of a range of urological diseases such urinary tract infection, prostatitis, kidney stones or even prostate cancer. With the absence of other symptoms, isolated penile pain is most commonly a sign of Peyronie’s Diseae or Induratio Penis Plasica (IPP). Penile pain that is associated with other localised penile signs and symptoms may be due a result of a short frenulum, phimosis (excessive foreskin tightness), balanitis (foreskin inflammation), penile fracture or priapism (prolonged erection). If you are experiencing penile pain, especially if its outset if prolonged or repetitive we would strongly advise you seek urological assistance.
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