Re: Mri penis
LOL. okay, back to your request earlier! I done a bit of internet surfing and this is what I came up with. MRI of the penis is done when a problem cannot be seen from an ultrasound. From what I read, the flaccid penis is pulled up/secured with a bit of tape to your lower belly/ab so that it doesn't flop around, and can be scanned. If a good image is not possible with the penis soft/flaccid, some type of solution/medication is administered. Directly into the penis shaft/head, it didn't say. It did mention something about a coil being used, not saying if it is incerted into the penis or what! It did say that after you are injected with medication/solution, that the patient would then need to message the penis until it is erect so that a better image can be taken. MRI is used for most severe penile problems to detect what is going on. Cases such as fractures to the penis, cancer, tumors, slow urination/post dribbling, lesions/growths/cist, and severe peyrones disease.
Well, there you have it. Good luck! Even the thought of doctor's looking, handling or discussing my penis is scary, but that being said some times we have know choice!