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Burning sensation in left side of penis and groin

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I'm seriously getting concerned. Firstly, I just moved back to the US and don't have a primary care doctor (or insurance for that matter.)

For several months now, I've been feeling a burning sensation on the left side of my penis, the left side of the pubic-bone area, the left side of my groin between the inner thigh and my penis, my scrotum, and most recently, the left side of the buttocks close to my anus.

Could this be prostate? Or anything else? For a brief time, I developed a small rash on the left inner thigh as well. I was prescribed some cream, and it ultimately went away.

The pain began about 4 months ago in the area between my thigh and scrotum, and now it feels like it's spread. I do feel discomfort when I tighten my anus. Also, sometimes if feels like there is pain *inside* my penis, at the base, closest to my abdomen.

Any help or direction would be most appreciated.

I'm 43 year, caucasian.


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replied November 29th, 2017
Prostate Answer A62660
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and i understand your concern. It looks like local discomfort. Urethritis or some other inflammation should be ruled out. Good coital and toilet habits and good hygiene will help. Abstinence from masturbation is wise.

I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
Khan


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