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Thombosed Vein vs Clogged Lymph Vessels

Originally Posted by Cam_sharma

Have been leaning it along for over a month. Will leave it alone longer. The veins I have actually go on top of the glans. Two of them in fact. They are side by side coming on the shaft and then they sort of split away on top of the glans. Would lymph vessels on the penis cause hydroceles or fluid buildup in the scrotum? Trying to see if there is a correlation. Also, I don’t feel any enlarged lymph nodes in the inguinal region. My big fear is scrotal lymphedema.

I have no idea. I doubt it is scrotal lymphedema, but make sure you see a doctor if you notice more fluid buildup.

Originally Posted by poople
I have no idea. I doubt it is scrotal lymphedema, but make sure you see a doctor if you notice more fluid buildup.

The urologists have dismissed it as hydroceles that are too small. They said they won’t even look at it unless they grow to be the size of grapefruits. The size has grown from February ultrasound and to the one completed recently. My pain and discomfort is obviously not a consideration. The fact that they won’t explore as to the cause is what concerns me. I am seeing a radiologist soon, he is doing his own ultrasound to determine what I have. Hoping he can get to the bottom of this.


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Originally Posted by poople
It could be an irritated lymph vessel. Lymph vessels loop around the top of the shaft right below the glans. Irritated lymph vessels can feel painful to the touch, but if the pain is really bad then it might not be an irritated lymph vessel. Try leaving your penis alone for a week or 2. And if it still doesn’t go away, you may have to leave your penis alone for a month or more.

Lymph vessels do not cause pain unless there is an infection and you would know if there is an infection.

Still searching for a diagnosis. Could a torn suspensory ligament cause penis pain, painful ejaculation, hydroceles, and testicular pain and hourglass shape of the penis with a narrow base?


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Originally Posted by Cam_sharma

Still searching for a diagnosis. Could a torn suspensory ligament cause penis pain, painful ejaculation, hydroceles, and testicular pain and hourglass shape of the penis with a narrow base?

http://en.allexperts.com/q/Urology-…atic-vessel.htm

Does your penis look like that?

Originally Posted by poople
http://en.allexperts.com/q/Urology-…atic-vessel.htm
Does your penis look like that?

No, not at all. My only symptom was pain near the glans. Also, the penis is floppy and lamp at the base, narrow at the base like a baseball bat, when I kegel I can feel a spasm/twitch in the penis but it doesn’t really move much, also I have this turtling affect. Erections point downward to 4 or 5 o’clock. When I urinate, the glans fills up like a mini balloon from the pressure and when flaccid and sitting, the prepuce scrunches up at the tip, almost like there is too much skin. Also, the glans looks longer than the shaft when flaccid.


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Last edited by Cam_sharma : 06-14-2016 at . Reason: More info.

Originally Posted by Cam_sharma

No, not at all. My only symptom was pain near the glans. Also, the penis is floppy and lamp at the base, narrow at the base like a baseball bat, when I kegel I can feel a spasm/twitch in the penis but it doesn’t really move much, also I have this turtling affect. Erections point downward to 4 or 5 o’clock. When I urinate, the glans fills up like a mini balloon from the pressure and when flaccid and sitting, the prepuce scrunches up at the tip, almost like there is too much skin. Also, the glans looks longer than the shaft when flaccid.

What are your erections like while laying on your back? Try some reverse kegels when your penis turtles up and see if it helps at all.

Originally Posted by poople
What are your erections like while laying on your back? Try some reverse kegels when your penis turtles up and see if it helps at all.

The point to 1 O’Clock when lying on my back but that just my be gravity. But when I stand up, they point right down. And when flaccid, the penis is limp and lifeless. Completely limp and lifeless. My wife was saying my penis looks bigger when erect. Also, when flaccid, the base is really narrow. I don’t ever recall that and when I go number two, there’s a lot of Turtling of the penis. The shaft completely disappears and the glans sort of just stretches out into a tube like shape opposed to the bulb shape.


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Originally Posted by Cam_sharma

The point to 1 O’Clock when lying on my back but that just my be gravity. But when I stand up, they point right down. And when flaccid, the penis is limp and lifeless. Completely limp and lifeless. My wife was saying my penis looks bigger when erect. Also, when flaccid, the base is really narrow. I don’t ever recall that and when I go number two, there’s a lot of Turtling of the penis. The shaft completely disappears and the glans sort of just stretches out into a tube like shape opposed to the bulb shape.

Is your penis fully erect when you are standing up?

Originally Posted by poople
Is your penis fully erect when you are standing up?

Yes but it points down. 5 O’Clock /7 O’Clock.
What about the other symptoms? Do they correlate with suspensory ligament injury?


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Originally Posted by Cam_sharma

Yes but it points down. 5 O’Clock /7 O’Clock.

What about the other symptoms? Do they correlate with suspensory ligament injury?

The downward pointing erections sound like it could be something with the suspensory ligament. But I don’t know about the other stuff.

Originally Posted by poople
The downward pointing erections sound like it could be something with the suspensory ligament. But I don’t know about the other stuff.

Think it
Could be pelvic floor tightness?


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Originally Posted by Cam_sharma

Think it

Could be pelvic floor tightness?

Could be. Try reverse kegels and see if it helps.

Originally Posted by poople
Could be. Try reverse kegels and see if it helps.

Started pelvic floor physiotherapy. Been trying reverse kegels. This thing is a nightmare. Not having a diagnosis is the worst part. Been told it could be suspensory ligament, buck’s fascia or superficial fascia tear or even a tunica albuginea injury. Everything is normal on MRI and Ultrasounds


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Originally Posted by Cam_sharma
Started pelvic floor physiotherapy. Been trying reverse kegels. This thing is a nightmare. Not having a diagnosis is the worst part. Been told it could be suspensory ligament, buck’s fascia or superficial fascia tear or even a tunica albuginea injury. Everything is normal on MRI and Ultrasounds

Who told you it could be one of those things?

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