Penis bleeding after sexual intercourse
Apr 28, 2000
I am a 34 yr old male. During intercourse "doggy-style" with my wife, I felt a sharp pain in my penis when my wife moved at an odd angle. This angle caused my penis to bend forward at an odd angle. This occurred several times and when I finally had an orgasm I noticed blood in the condom. This only happened once and I have not seen blood since. I am concerned that I ruptured or injured my genitals in some way. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks
Response from Dr. Cohen
It is unlikely that you did any long term damage if you do not have any ongoing pain, unusual swelling, or blood in your urine or ejaculate. The penis is very sensitive to pain and if you don't have any ongoing pain or tenderness, that should be reassuring. If you have any of the symptoms I mentioned, you should consult your physician or, if necessary, a urologist.
It sounds like it should be fine though
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