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    Penis Vein
    aaron4 posted:
    Hi there is a bulding vein in the shaft of my penis going down to the base. I dont feel any pain even when pressure is applied in that area. I can see the vein clearly travelling to the base of my penis even in flaccid state but when erect it's not that obvious, only in mid-erect and flaccid state. I just want to know if any other guys experiwnce this also cause im really worried of this. Thank you.
    exprzzionz responded:
    Relax there's nothing wrong with you. The prominence of veins in the penis varies by the person. I have one that's slightly prominent and been so since I first started jacking off.

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