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    An_249740 posted:
    Ok, so i understand this is a very strange thing to talk about, but i am worried. I was trying out a homemade sex toy that is made out of towels and a condom and i rolled the towel too tight. I kept trying to force my penis into the rolled towel but it wouldn't go in, this did cause pain but there was no pop. The next day i was sitting on the couch and noticed my penis was hurting. Im thinking it is from me trying to push my penis into the towel. The pain is pretty bad, it does not hurt to pee or ejaculate. It hurts at the back of the head of my penis, kind of underneath. It doesn't matter if its flaccid, or erect. I think it's just a strain from the force. I just want others opinions. Please help.
    counterso responded:
    You have surely injured yourself by rough treatment. What you need to do is to leave your penis alone for a couple weeks (no masturbation or sex) until it feels completely normal again for at least a week. Sorry, but your penis can be fun, but it's not a toy you can handle roughly without consequences. You've either stretched the skin too far or torn a little bit of connective tissue or aggravated the lymph channels below the skin. It's just going to take time to heal. Nothing to speed it up.

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