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    Hernia? Hopefully just a muscle tear or strain?
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    benkc posted:
    Hello. So this is kind of an embarassing injury but its starting to worry me and I don't have insurance so I would like to save the money on a doctor visit if it sounds like this might go away on its own.
    I bent my penis fairly handily during sex about a week and a half ago. The pain at the area where it bent went away within about two days, but then was replaced with a dull ache deeper inside my groin that has not gone away. Some days it is worse than others, and I find that it sort of radiates to different areas like down my leg or toward my back. I am resting in regard to sexual activity.
    I'm just wondering if its possible that I've bruised something or torn or strained a muscle? Thanks!
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    susiemargaret responded:
    hello, B --

    you may get more responses if you repost this on the "sexual conditions and STDs exchange," http://exchanges.webmd.com/sexual-conditions-and-stds-exchange .

    -- susie margaret


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