Constant Discomfort and weak erection -please help

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Somebody please help. I have this problem for 4-5 years now and I am 28. I have constant pressure and discomfort in the penis and I keep having to pee because of it. I feel like urine is stuck or there is some stinging feeling in the penis from the tip to may be around 1 inch down. Sometimes I also feel pressure behind the testicles. My erection is always weak and short and it only gets erect with touch. As soon as I start masturbating or having intercourse I feel like I need to pee because there is so much stinging feeling in the penis so I just ejaculate. When I ejaculate or pee it feels like there is no force or strength just like I feel there is no strength in my penis. Please help me I am going to go under depression because of this. I got the bladder ultrasound done and it was fine.

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    Do you remember any event or activity prior to this? Injury, sex, kidney stone, etc?

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      nothing happened. one day suddenly I had pain in the abdomen and a couple days later I started having to pee very frequently. i went to the doctor and he said its a UTI and I took some medicines. Since then I have been facing these symptoms

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      I have similar issues before but it was due to an accident 2 years ago. I feel some stinging when I pee but no blockage. I was thinking it might just be an inflammation. What I did was I loosened my underwear and too careful when walking and sitting.

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    Hi rmo,

    It seems to me some nerves may have been affected from some kind of a wound in your urethra/you may have prostatitits, I suggest to look for a good urologist not any, who will carry out some tests and be able to treat/recommend you an appropriate way ahead.

    Wish you quick recovery.

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    I would strongly suggest seeing a urologist who will look into this for you. I too had issues (and still do to some extent), following a urethrotomy.

    Although it is always useful to hear other people's experiences on websites like this, it won't really help because no one is able to, or qualified to, assess you properly.

    I do know that these things can take a long time to heal but you need to have proper investigations and remember if you're not happy with the answers you're getting then make sure you get a second opinion.

    Good luck!

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