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Question: Pain During Ejaculation


 perkapio - Tue Nov 24, 2009 9:52 am

Hi,
I am a 30 year old, married (1 year) , circumcised and otherwise healthy male.

I feel a sharp pain (like pinprick) at the tip my of penis during ejaculation. This has been like this since I started masturbate when I was around 15. It was not a problem back than because I could avoid it with not touching the tip during ejaculation but now since I am married I can't avoid contact during intercourse (when ejaculating).

That sharp pain starts right when the semen leaves the penis. It is gone if I don't move or ejaculation ends. It feels normal and good until I feel that pain. But when it starts, it takes everything away.

No pain at other places or at other times and I am sure I don't have any STDs. Your help is greatly appreciated on diagnosis of my problem.

Thank you,
Matt
 Dr.M.jagesh kamath - Sun Dec 20, 2009 10:33 am

User avatar Hello,Your symptoms may be consistent with urologic chronic pelvic pain syndrome which includes post ejaculatory pain too which is condidered as a hallmark of this syndrome- which also can be a symptom of prostatitis,benign prostatic hyperplasia,or ejaculatory duct obstruction.These conditions do need to be ruled out before arriving at a diagnosis of CPPS.Best to consult a urologist.Anxiety control medications,yoga and biofeed back procedures may help in this condition.Best wishes.

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