The foreskin of the penis and the glans penis the cone-shaped end of the penis can be inflamed. Men who develop balanoposthitis have an increased chance of later developing phimosis or paraphimosis problems related to the foreskin and penile cancer. Inflammation of the penis can be caused by infections, such as yeast infections, sexually transmitted diseases STDs , and scabies. When secretions become trapped under the foreskin, they may become infected, leading to posthitis. Noninfectious causes include skin disorders, including allergic reactions for example, to a latex condom or to birth control liquids or gels , lichen planus , psoriasis , seborrheic dermatitis , and balanitis xerotica obliterans.
Thrush in men (male candidiasis): Symptoms and treatment
Pantoprazole - My penis has swollen to twice its size, is this a side effect of this medicine?
Just curious. How long were you on this drug? How long until you saw that change? What was your dosage? Did you take the pills or granules?
Error: This is required. Error: Not a valid value. While it is quite normal for the penis to swell with blood during sexual arousal to form an erection, the soft tissues in the structure of the penis can become swollen and painful due to injury. The skin, foreskin, and scrotum have very sensitive skin that can become swollen and painful after an injury.