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Worried- my son says his willy is buzzing

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Bingybongybashy Tue 11-Oct-16 14:16:29

I'm really worried about my 5 year old son sadOn two separate occasions now he has said his willy is buzzing. He said it last night so I checked to see if maybe it was just getting hard but it wasn't. He seemed to be in pain or at least some discomfort. He's used the buzzing word before about his foot, I'm assuming he means pins and needles. Anyone had any experience of this or know why he might be getting pins and needles in his willy. Am taking him to GP tomorrow. Thanks

Tanfastic Tue 11-Oct-16 18:46:35

I remember my son saying similar things when he was that age but I just put it down to him discovering his willy and he was always playing with it. I wouldn't worry op!

Bingybongybashy Tue 11-Oct-16 20:44:25

Thanks tanfastic! 😊

SansasEscape Tue 11-Oct-16 20:45:27

Yeah, I too think he's just been messing with it and that there is a new sensation there.

Bingybongybashy Tue 11-Oct-16 21:27:52

Thanks Sansa. That's helped me relax a little too. 👍🏻 I have very bad health anxiety and all sorts goes through my mind.

PipandNut Tue 11-Oct-16 23:29:54

Oh gosh don't see a doctor for this please! It's your HA taking over and I do understand that

Just laugh it off with your son and forget it. The doctor won't be able to do a thing as this is HA by proxy

Bingybongybashy Wed 12-Oct-16 04:01:10

Hi Pip, am actually taking him to Gp about pain in his knee but was going to mention it as an aside. Will think twice now though as reading the comments so far, I can see how it does seem a little ridiculous now I've calmed down! 😐 Thanks for replying!

Tanfastic Wed 12-Oct-16 09:15:59

I suffer from HA too op so I understand. I wouldn't mention it though winksmile

PipandNut Wed 12-Oct-16 14:45:39

It's hard keeping the lid on HA but sometimes just the thought of saying the words ' hello doctor, well, I'm here today because my sons willy is buzzing' is enough to not only close the lid but seal it shut for a while too gringrin

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