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Author Topic: Change in color & loss of sensitivity in base of penis - help (scared)  (Read 259 times)

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Hi all, totally new to this forum but it is very helpful. I noticed my symptoms almost over night about 2 months ago. I’ve been to both a regular urologist and a Peyronie’s specialists, neither of whom could find any plaque or seemed very concerned with the change in color at the base of my penis. They both said it was probably some skin condition but I find this extremely hard to believe as it only started when the rest of my symptoms did and it seems to be getting worse the mroe i masturbate. My question is has anyone else experienced a change in color and loss of sensitivity around the base of the penis. My dent is on the underside of the penis at the base.  The visible scarring (from what I can tell) seems to be growing and I’m afraid that iwill basically take over my entire penis. The base also seems a little thicker than the rest of the penis.  It is visible both flaccid and erect.  Please help! It is really freaking me out.


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Run, don’t walk to another urologist.
The first urologist seemed afraid to touch my penis. He said he didn’t see anything wrong with it.
The second urologist said he felt something and then put me on a drug that was ruled as a useless drug. I was taking about 20 a day, as I remember.
The third urologist said to come back in a year to see what changes occur.
Fourth urologist knew exactly what was going on and explained everything.
I then went to a fifth urologist and he confirmed what number 4 said.
So I had an inward dimple and some discoloration.
I am sorry you had a uneducated Peyronie’s urologist, but they exist.
I used the internet to locate urologist and I would also call. If the doctors website did not mention Peyronie’s disease I would not call them.
I am not sure how old you are, but some doctors think Peyronie’s disease is an old man disease. This of course is not true.
Sorry you have to go through this. Sadly many of us have had similar experiences.
Feel free to message me if you have more questions.
Nesbit surgery 2015, Born 1952, Titan Implant 4/25/19 Dr. Lentz, Duke University.


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The key is a doc who uses ultrasound to confirm the diagnosis.  Be sure  to read the survival guide:://,3180.msg44057.html#msg44057
I agree w step one, an indentation could be the first sign of peyronies.
PxD 2 yrs, failed all tx. 9/18: excision, grafting & implant Dr Karpman MtnView Ca, AMS CX 18cm + 3rte
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