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Hurts for me to ejaculate

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  • Posted By: EddieJoh
  • March 1, 2008
  • 10:30 PM

Hi there

This is a very personal issue that has worried me for some time. I’m 19 years old, and really ever since I began masturbating, which has probably been for around 5 years, it actually hurts for me to build up and ejaculate. The penis head is very sensitive anyway. So I usually masturbate without touching it, just moving the foreskin over it. The pain seems to originate from inside my anus and there is discomfort and heat. It is possible for me to ejaculate but the pain increases the more I stroke, and I can’t continue to stroke due to the pain. I don’t really want to touch the head of the penis afterwards due to the discomfort.

There are no other problems though, no pain while urinating or anything like that. Im terrified to go to the doctor due to the fact I don’t want a serious operation. But at the same time its becoming a major issues as its really putting me off sex, which isn’t easy when your in a relationship.

I’m not sure whether it is my technique, I realised that I actually “squeeze” the inside of my anus automatically while I masturbate (like closing my anus), or at least the inside of my anus (which could be the prostate). When I try and stop this the pain builds up even more.

I’m not sure whether it is because the head of my penis is unusually sensitive. I don’t really think I’ve ever had an orgasm, instead just this discomfort, and when it actually come to ejaculation once some has come out I have to stop stroking and tend to have to physically and consciously “push” it out from the inside – as it hurts to much to continue. I tend to masturbate daily (which may seem unusual given the circumstances) I’ve stopped for a week or so, but the only thing that seems to happen is that I seem to be able to ejaculate more. Maybe I’ve overused it. And need prolonged rest.

I’m sorry that there’s no easy way to put this problem, and I’m sure that your advice will be to see a doctor, which probably is the best thing to do, but I’m still scared to.


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  • GET TO THE DOCTOR!!!!!! This could be a blockage in your plumbing, or worse problems, please go to the doctor kid, this is your health and its serious! AND NOTHING TO BE EMBARRASED ABOUT!
    prettypuppy74 1 Replies Flag this Response
  • I would suggest taking a good hard look at yourself. Do you have other symptoms going on? Headaches? Things perhaps in now way related to your sexual organs? Is the pain different/better during sex vs masturbation?I would definitely see a doctor. If nothing else, they might be able to send you to someone else. And if it is serious enough to require a surgery, it sounds like it would change your life for the better.As far as your relationship goes, does your partner know about your problem? I would talk to them about it too, unless you aren't really that close. They might think the problem is them, not turning you on, etc, if they haven't got a clue what's really going on. That may not be medically relevant, but I'd say it's good advice if you don't want to cause serious damage to the relationship.I hope everything works out for you.
    xmissxdanax 12 Replies Flag this Response
  • as you already know.. you need to see a doctor about that.
    taniaaust1 2,267 Replies Flag this Response
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