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Old 07-25-2013, 01:29 PM #1
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Default Hypersensitiviy Penis Head (Have to wrap in Gauze everyday) Please Help!

Hello, I am writing on behalf of my husband. We are trying, and have been for over a year, to find a diagnosis and cure. In April of 2012, on the night my husband asked me to marry him, we engaged in some celebration sex where are some point his penis was injured. The injury consisted of a pain from hitting outside the vagina and a small cut just below the head of the penis. How this happened we don't know it was a hazy night. After that his penis was of course cut and he took care of it as he would a wound, kept it clean and covered until it healed. Sometime after, he began experiencing super sensitivity of the tip of his penis. We aren't sure if it is related to the injury but it seems that the problem began then or shortly there after. It has been over a year and my husband has been to more than 6 dermatologist, general practice doctors, urologist and now a neurologist to find a diagnosis and cure. He has even been seen at John Hopkins with no cure or relief. He feels no joy and is extremely depressed since this has happened and I feel has no hope of being cured. He has to wrap his penis with gauze everyday after he covers it in petroleum jelly just to allow him to go to work everyday and function. Things he use to love to do just are not contusive to his problem and he find its extremely frustration of course. We are expecting our first child and he is suffering and worried he cant give the child and myself 100% of himself. We are desperate for answers. The internet if full of guys with similar issues and so man different opinions and possible solutions. So far he has tried every cream (anti-fungal, steroid, cortisone, bacterial) He has tried all kinds of pills prescribed by doctors antibiotics, anti-virals, anti-fungals, and is trying neurological pills now.

Symptoms:

Penis head and right below has Hypersensitivity to touch
(He does not feel the problem when it is out in the air with nothing touching it)
Redness sometimes, pin needle size red bumps sometimes if he if feel extra irritated
Wrinkling of the penis skin sometimes
Aching scrotum sometimes
He feels sharp pain in his neck and eye when the sensitivity is really bad
Pain during shower from water touching it
depressing and irritability

If anyone has any information or has any experience as to what this may be how we can be helped PLEASE RESPOND! We are desperate for answers and doctors have said everything from skin disorders, nerve problem to its all in his head (a doctor actually told him its all in his head!!) I see his physical pain everyday! This is a ridiculous statement. Please help my husband, I was our newborn to have a happy healthy father.
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Old 07-31-2013, 11:54 AM #2
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Most likely a form of nerve damage called a traumatic neuroma.I do not know what the cure is but keeping it covered will help lessen the pain.


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other forms of trauma to the skin of the penis likely plays an important role in the pathogenesis and clinical presentation of this peculiar neural neoplasm.

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Traumatic neuroma follows different forms of nerve injury (often as a result of surgery). They occur at the end of injured nerve fibres as a form of ineffective, unregulated nerve regeneration; it occurs most commonly near a scar, either superficially (skin, subcutaneous fat) or deep (e.g., after a cholecystectomy). They are often very painful. It is also known as "scar neuroma," or "pseudoneuroma".
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Thank you for your reply, he has been taking the nerve pills for a few weeks not but to no avail the problems persist. I do assume it's nerve damage as well I just hope it doesn't stay with him forever. He has a hard time living this way and it's been over a year now. I feel horrible and sad he is in pain.
I'm hoping someone has more ideas on how to heal him.



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Most likely a form of nerve damage called a traumatic neuroma.I do not know what the cure is but keeping it covered will help lessen the pain.


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other forms of trauma to the skin of the penis likely plays an important role in the pathogenesis and clinical presentation of this peculiar neural neoplasm.

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Traumatic neuroma follows different forms of nerve injury (often as a result of surgery). They occur at the end of injured nerve fibres as a form of ineffective, unregulated nerve regeneration; it occurs most commonly near a scar, either superficially (skin, subcutaneous fat) or deep (e.g., after a cholecystectomy). They are often very painful. It is also known as "scar neuroma," or "pseudoneuroma".
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Hello, I am writing on behalf of my husband. We are trying, and have been for over a year, to find a diagnosis and cure. In April of 2012, on the night my husband asked me to marry him, we engaged in some celebration sex where are some point his penis was injured. The injury consisted of a pain from hitting outside the vagina and a small cut just below the head of the penis. How this happened we don't know it was a hazy night. After that his penis was of course cut and he took care of it as he would a wound, kept it clean and covered until it healed. Sometime after, he began experiencing super sensitivity of the tip of his penis. We aren't sure if it is related to the injury but it seems that the problem began then or shortly there after. It has been over a year and my husband has been to more than 6 dermatologist, general practice doctors, urologist and now a neurologist to find a diagnosis and cure. He has even been seen at John Hopkins with no cure or relief. He feels no joy and is extremely depressed since this has happened and I feel has no hope of being cured. He has to wrap his penis with gauze everyday after he covers it in petroleum jelly just to allow him to go to work everyday and function. Things he use to love to do just are not contusive to his problem and he find its extremely frustration of course. We are expecting our first child and he is suffering and worried he cant give the child and myself 100% of himself. We are desperate for answers. The internet if full of guys with similar issues and so man different opinions and possible solutions. So far he has tried every cream (anti-fungal, steroid, cortisone, bacterial) He has tried all kinds of pills prescribed by doctors antibiotics, anti-virals, anti-fungals, and is trying neurological pills now.

Symptoms:

Penis head and right below has Hypersensitivity to touch
(He does not feel the problem when it is out in the air with nothing touching it)
Redness sometimes, pin needle size red bumps sometimes if he if feel extra irritated
Wrinkling of the penis skin sometimes
Aching scrotum sometimes
He feels sharp pain in his neck and eye when the sensitivity is really bad
Pain during shower from water touching it
depressing and irritability

If anyone has any information or has any experience as to what this may be how we can be helped PLEASE RESPOND! We are desperate for answers and doctors have said everything from skin disorders, nerve problem to its all in his head (a doctor actually told him its all in his head!!) I see his physical pain everyday! This is a ridiculous statement. Please help my husband, I was our newborn to have a happy healthy father.
Hi @Straw1BerryVag did your husband ever find relief from any treatment? Also having a similar issue that I think was spurred by cuts in the area.
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