What is painful ejaculation?
When ejaculating, most men will achieve orgasm. However, some men will be afraid of painful ejaculation, but it is a fairly common symptom. Pain during ejaculation can seriously affect a man's sex life and general health.
1. What is pain after ejaculation?
Painful ejaculation is during intercourse, when it comes to ejaculation, men do not have an orgasm but feel pain in the penis, testicles, urethra or vagina (the area between the anus and the genitals) external sex).
Feeling pain after ejaculation is easy to recognize, sometimes, this feeling will spread to the groin area, pelvis, lower abdomen and back. This is considered an abnormal expression during sex that men should be aware of.
2. What is the cause of painful ejaculation?
In most men, painful ejaculation is due to a medical condition. Sometimes, pain during ejaculation is also a normal physiological phenomenon. When this happens, some people may need support in the form of psychotherapy to manage their health condition.
2.1 Painful Ejaculation Due to Prostate Disorder Painful Ejaculation Due to Prostate Problems. Some prostate problems such as:
Prostatitis is one of the causes of pain during ejaculation, most common in men under the age of 50. Prostatitis can cause painful urination or frequent urination during the day. Other symptoms of the disease include lower abdominal pain and difficulty getting an erection. Prostatitis causes the prostate gland in men to become red, swollen and inflamed. Prostatitis can also be caused by many other causes, such as nerve damage or a urinary tract infection that damages the prostate gland. Men with diabetes have risk factors for this disease because they are more susceptible to nerve damage that leads to prostatitis. Benign prostatic hyperplasia, an enlarged prostate gland, can also affect ejaculation, specifically painful ejaculation. In addition, men with benign prostatic hyperplasia may also experience difficulty urinating or frequent urges to urinate. Prostate surgery and prostate cancer can also make ejaculation painful.
2.2 Painful ejaculation after surgery Some types of surgery can cause some unwanted effects, including painful ejaculation including prostate surgery. This is a procedure to remove all or part of the prostate gland and some nearby tissue, and is used to treat prostate cancer. Side effects of surgery include erectile dysfunction, pain in the penis and testicles. Surgery to repair a hernia (inguinal) can also cause painful ejaculation.
2.3 Painful ejaculation due to cysts or stones Painful ejaculation is caused by the development of cysts or stones in the ejaculatory duct. They can interfere with ejaculation, cause painful ejaculation, and possibly cause infertility.
2.4. Due to the use of antidepressant drugs Treatment with antidepressants can cause sexual dysfunction including painful ejaculation, changes in sex drive and erectile dysfunction.
2.5. Because of the tarsal tunnel syndrome, tarsal tunnel syndrome is understood as a condition in which there is some damage to the nerves in the pelvis. That can lead to genital and rectal pain. Some of the causes that can affect the dorsal nerve include trauma, diabetes, and multiple sclerosis.
2.6. Cancer treatment with radiation therapy Cancer treatment with radiation therapy to the pelvis can lead to erectile dysfunction, including painful ejaculation. However, these unwanted effects are usually only temporary in nature.
2.7. Psychological problems In some cases, it is not possible to pinpoint the exact cause of painful ejaculation. If men don't feel pain while masturbating, it could be because of emotions.
2.8. Sexually Transmitted Diseases A variety of sexually transmitted infections can make ejaculation uncomfortable and testicular pain after ejaculation. Men may experience a burning sensation during ejaculation, urination, or both. Genital tract bacteria such as Chlamydia and trichomonas are responsible for this condition.
3. Pain after ejaculation, what should I do?
Pain after ejaculation causes many difficulties, even affects the psychology of men. When experiencing this condition, men can do some of the following measures to reduce pain.
Make sure to keep the genitals clean; Do not wear underwear and pants that are too tight, which will make the penis always in a state of pressure, so it is easy to have problems with ejaculation and pain. For the first time, after ejaculating pain and not accompanied by burning pain when urinating, it may be an external injury. The thing to do is to leave the genitals in a relaxed state and avoid strong collisions, even avoid sex for 1 week, the painful feeling will pass quickly. If you have frequent pain after ejaculation and are accompanied by many other symptoms such as sharp pain when urinating, fever, vomiting, etc., you need to quickly see a doctor and do tests, urinalysis, and ultrasound of the testicles. , seminal vesicles, semen analysis, prostate... to determine the exact cause of the disease and treat it promptly. Some men feel embarrassed or uncomfortable discussing painful ejaculation with their doctor, thus skipping the early stages of treatment. However, when having an abnormal situation, men should go to medical facilities to be checked for appropriate treatment advice.
Men, when they find themselves with signs of testicular pain, are advised to go to the doctor soon. At Vinmec International General Hospital, there is a team of well-trained and experienced male doctors. In addition, hospital facilities, clinic systems, and modern machinery are equipped; Professional medical service quality, ensuring privacy and comfort for customers.
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