A burning sensation in the penis can have many causes, but most are very treatable. The burning sensation occurs during urination and may, depending on the cause, occur alongside other symptoms. For example, there might be swelling or itchiness around the penis. Various types of infection can cause a burning sensation in the penis. These are usually treatable with antibiotic medications.
I have been masturbating for quite some time now. What is the cause and treatment for this? A: Your symptoms of burning around the organ may or may not be related to your old habit of masturbation. Masturbation indirectly may lead to such symptoms due to mechanical or chemical inflammation at glans and terminal urethra, and such symptoms should settle spontaneously.
You have urethritis. This means an inflammation in your urethra. The urethra is the tube that drains the urine out of your bladder through the tip of the penis. Urethritis is most often caused by a bacterial infection. The infection may be from a sexually transmitted infection STI.
A burning sensation in the penis is usually due to inflammation of the glans, also known as balanitis. Although in most cases this inflammation occurs only because of a small allergic reaction or friction caused by the underwear, there are situations in which this inflammation can be a sign of a more serious problems, such as an infection or a sexually transmitted disease STD. The burning sensation can also happen only when urinating, and this is usually related to a urinary tract infection UTI.