Priapism is a penis disorder characterized by a prolonged, unwanted erection of the penis. Medical conditions, trauma, or medications can cause priapism. There are three categories of priapism:
- ischemic priapisim,
- non-ischemic priapism, and
- stuttering priapism.
- medical intervention,
- medication, and at times,
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