Penis Pain
How Many Causes Are There?

causes of penis pain

What causes penis pain? There are many things besides a bent penis that can be causing your discomfort. There are actually a large number of things that you might not even suspect.

Now, sometime the discomfort will go away by itself in a day or two.

And sometimes, it can be chronic (lasting a long time). If this is your situation, I want you to take a look at this list.

The pain can be on the outside skin or inside the shaft.

Different conditions that cause penis pain can come from, and are not limited to, such things as:

- Prostate problems

- Candidiasis

- Penile candidiasis

- Reiter's syndrome

- Penis cancer

- Infected penile prosthesis

- Painful erection

    * Priapism

    * Peyronie's disease (bent penis)

- Urinary stones

- Kidney stones

- Insect or spider bite

- Foreskin disorder

- Balanitis

- Paraphymosis (retracted foreskin)

- Inflammatory phymosis

- Inflammation of the foreskin (balanitis)

- Thickening of the foreskin (Balanitis Xerotica Obliterans)

- Torn frenulum during intercourse

- Trauma to your shaft

- Sexually transmitted infections (eg. herpes simplex, human papilloma virus)

- Urinary tract infection

- Penile ulcer

- Syphilitic chancre

- Penile skin conditions

- Psoriasis

- Peyronie's disorder

- Bent Erection

- "Fractured" penis (damage to erectile tissue during intercourse or accident)

- Rough oral sex

- Fournier's Gangrene

- Scrotal ulceration

- Scrotal infection spreading to penis

- Diabetes Mellitus

- Reiter's Syndrome

Penis pain can also come from some things so simple as:

- Poor hygiene

- Prolonged erection (priapism)

- Multiple sexual partners

What Can You Do
To Remove Your Penis Pain?

The first thing to do, if you are experiencing a chronically painful shaft, is go see your doctor and figure out what the actual cause is. If he doesn't know, go to a specialist (Urologist) that can locate the answer.

There is no sense in treating something that isn't actually there and not treating what is actually causing your discomfort. That is a mistake many make.

Once you know what is actually causing your penis pain, you will be able to learn how to fix your problem.

a Seemingly Difficult Problem
Can Be Very Easy to Fix

This is The Bent Penis website. So, my guess is that you're here because you have a severe bend in your erection that is causing you pain every time you start getting an erection.

Is that the case?

It doesn't hurt when it's flaccid (soft and limp). Right? Just when you are getting hard. Correct?

Well, that makes you one of the very lucky ones! Yes, lucky.


Because: If the bend is causing your pain, the pain is invariably coming from an extreme pulling on some of your internal tissues when you get, or are in the process of getting, your erection.

The affected internal tissue would usually be on part of your corpus cavernosa (your erectile chambers that fill with blood to make your cock hard).

penis pain

The pulling happens because that part of your corpus cavernosa has hardened. Usually with some scar tissue. I know, you may not remember getting an injury there, but when we get these injuries, we are usually unaware of them.

The good news is:

A bent penis is easy to fix 99.99% of the time. Without surgery injections, or drugs. And:

"Once the bend has been straightened,
the penis pain that it caused, will be gone."

Yes, sometimes the solution to penis pain is simple. As in fixing a bent penis.

Or, even more simple, like if you've simply had too much sex or an erection for too long, just a day or two of rest can often do the job.

And, sometimes the solution is not so easy. There are too many causes to list the remedies for here in one short article. But, most problems that cause pain in the penis have a solution.

The most important first step is to find the actual cause of your penis pain so that you treat it correctly. And, for this, going to a good Urologist is usually the best place to start.

Be Well.....

~ William

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