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    Swollen nerves on top of penis
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    stark93 posted:
    I have got swollen nerve on the right side on top of my penis.They doesn't pain. This started a month before and is slowly increasing. It looks colourless. Please help me whether i should visit a neurologist or its common. I'm 21 right now.
     
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    counterso responded:
    Nerves don't swell like that, plus the nerves in your penis are very tiny. This is not a nerve.

    Please check the most popular thread in this Exchange to see if it describes your situation.

    http://forums.webmd.com/3/urology/tip/1/711
     
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    Chacho1964 responded:
    I have a swollen nerve or something under the head of my penis it runs half way around about the size of a worm what is this from masturbation it does not hurt or no feeling what can I do to make the swelling go away?
     
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    counterso replied to Chacho1964's response:
    chacho1964,

    I hope you read the link that was posted immediately prior to your question. Your answer is located there.


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