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Painful Ejaculation and Cramps (Prostatitus)

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 21, 2006
  • 05:38 AM

Had extreme pain after ejaculation (both self induced and while having ehhem ehhem). Went to my NY college clinic and old MD said dont worry about it, its normal and caused by the velocity of the sperm and that i will just have to live with it. Just in case i had myself check for all STDs and said ..ok i guess i will have to live with it. Ejaculation felt like ******g razors, made my life miserable. 2 and a half years later (after having insurance) I went to a Urologist who said it was prostatitus and not velocity of anything. I went to track that old physican down and they said he had retired.

Lesson: ALWAYS get a 2nd opinion.

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  • You never said if he helped you to get off without it being painful.I deal with those same symptoms ...( IT SUCKS ). I had a urologist tell me it was prostititis , then they said urethritis, then it was a stricture...intersticial cycstitis maybe? That was in 1993, I'm in a painmanagement program now, we still look for a cause but I still can't**m without ***n near passin' out from the pain !! PEACE :confused:
    remedy13 24 Replies
    • January 6, 2007
    • 06:06 AM
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  • I was diagnosed with this problem after years of pain, I can now say I have gone without pain for 6 months at a time and have only had maybe ten issues in as many years. The doctor told me it is due to dehydration causing muscle spasms underneath- I forget now what he called it- but stay hydrated it helps- I have also noticed that anti-inflammatories make it happen more frequently and drugs like florinef(fludricortisone) may help in small doses.Good Luck
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