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Pain after prolonged erection

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 12, 2007
  • 11:06 PM

After spending time with my girlfriend and having an erection usually lasting 2 hours or more (usually 3) I have intense pain in the area of my pubic hair, and my testicules(spelling?) extremely sensitive.

Im only 15, any ideas?

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  • You really need to go to the doctor! It is not normal to have an erection for so long. Either a regular general practicioner or a urologist
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  • Normal is a matter of opinion. Be proud of your ability. It's a blessing not an abnormality. (provided you're not enhancing with drugs or etc..)Remember that every body is different. Therefore, what is normal for one person may not be normal for someone else. In your case, lasting that long may not be common, but may be perfectly normal for you. As for your pain, listen to your body. Most likely you know if this is something you need to see your doctor about. If YOU think this is really a problem, don't delay, see your doctor.Here is my thought on this:If your spending a few hours with your girlfriend, and you are aroused but not having sex or otherwise releasing your arousal it is perfectly normal for your testicles to hurt. It’s a condition also known as ‘blue balls’. Look it up in Wikipedia. Here is an excerp from them:Blue balls is a slang term for a temporary fluid congestion in the testicles and prostate region caused by prolonged sexual arousal in the human male. It is most commonly associated with adolescents but can occur in any sexually mature male. It is often accompanied by a cramp-like ache of prostatic congestion and pain/tenderness of the testes.As for the pain in your pubic hair area, let me ask you this. Is your erect penis constantly and continuously rubbing that area the whole time? Try this, next time you are not feeling pain in your pubic hair area, begin rubbing the area with your finger in the same way your erect penis rubs there. Now, if you keep this up or 2 to 3 hrs, do you think it’s going to hurt?Hopefully this helps, but do see a doctor if you feel you should. And also consider this, if you’re going to seek advice on the internet, use your best judgment on what people say. Some well meaning people may say things like “it’s not normal” without really considering what they are saying. I think it is PERFECTLY normal to have an erection for a loooooog time if I’m with my partner and not able to ‘release’.
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  • Wow. That is the most rational and best explanation of this issue I have read so far. Thanks Mr Unregistered ;)To be honest I wanted to find a cure for "Blue Balls"...so far what I have come up with is to release the sexual tension as soon as possible. Otherwise the pain in the testicles becomes unbearable and spending time with your partner becomes uncomfertable. I just tell her that I got a belly ache ;)...when its actually an awful numb pain in the balls!Normal is a matter of opinion. Be proud of your ability. It's a blessing not an abnormality. (provided you're not enhancing with drugs or etc..)Remember that every body is different. Therefore, what is normal for one person may not be normal for someone else. In your case, lasting that long may not be common, but may be perfectly normal for you. As for your pain, listen to your body. Most likely you know if this is something you need to see your doctor about. If YOU think this is really a problem, don't delay, see your doctor.Here is my thought on this:If your spending a few hours with your girlfriend, and you are aroused but not having sex or otherwise releasing your arousal it is perfectly normal for your testicles to hurt. It’s a condition also known as ‘blue balls’. Look it up in Wikipedia. Here is an excerp from them:Blue balls is a slang term for a temporary fluid congestion in the testicles and prostate region caused by prolonged sexual arousal in the human male. It is most commonly associated with adolescents but can occur in any sexually mature male. It is often accompanied by a cramp-like ache of prostatic congestion and pain/tenderness of the testes.As for the pain in your pubic hair area, let me ask you this. Is your erect penis constantly and continuously rubbing that area the whole time? Try this, next time you are not feeling pain in your pubic hair area, begin rubbing the area with your finger in the same way your erect penis rubs there. Now, if you keep this up or 2 to 3 hrs, do you think it’s going to hurt?Hopefully this helps, but do see a doctor if you feel you should. And also consider this, if you’re going to seek advice on the internet, use your best judgment on what people say. Some well meaning people may say things like “it’s not normal” without really considering what they are saying. I think it is PERFECTLY normal to have an erection for a loooooog time if I’m with my partner and not able to ‘release’.
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  • You are welcome. Maybe try releasing the tension before it starts? As in before you get together with your girl? It might help take the ‘edge’ off anyway.There is one cure for Blue Balls. It involves a scapel, and a doctor........ just kidding.Aliviation is the key.Cheers!
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  • I've experienced a dull pain in one of my balls (sometimes right while other times in left; but not both together) after arousal. The pain is only occasional and not everyday thing. But I've noticed that it comes after urination after prolonged arousal. I haven't experienced it right after arousal. For eg, say I'm aroused rightnow for an hour or so and then I go pee, I'd start feeling dull heaviness and pain in my one of my balls only after peeing. If I didn't pee, I wouldn't feel anything. The pain is however relieved after a few hours if I wasn't aroused. Pain also go aways after I ejaculate. What's up with that?
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  • Wow. That is the most rational and best explanation of this issue I have read so far. Thanks Mr Unregistered ;)To be honest I wanted to find a cure for "Blue Balls"...so far what I have come up with is to release the sexual tension as soon as possible. Otherwise the pain in the testicles becomes unbearable and spending time with your partner becomes uncomfertable. I just tell her that I got a belly ache ;)...when its actually an awful numb pain in the balls!hey dont feel alone. i have the same issue, same symptoms same after effects, same causes. and yeah ive had them since i was around 14. so know you arent alone. i want to find a solution too. and i had surgery as was hinted at and dint help me much. i had my testicles stitched to the inside of my scrotum as a solution to the diagnosis "torsion", but it hasnt helped. and it didnt cause too much discomfort. but i was also put on some good pain drugs.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 16, 2009
    • 01:12 AM
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  • hey dont feel alone. i have the same issue, same symptoms same after effects, same causes. and yeah ive had them since i was around 14. so know you arent alone. i want to find a solution too. and i had surgery as was hinted at and dint help me much. i had my testicles stitched to the inside of my scrotum as a solution to the diagnosis "torsion", but it hasnt helped. and it didnt cause too much discomfort. but i was also put on some good pain drugs. Condition: Blue BallsWhy do you get this, and you are not alone?This condition occurs because you were aroused several times without ejaculation. Meaningyou were aroused and your penis was hard, you went soft, then you were aroused again, and youwent soft. Do this several times, and you will get the continuous pain in your scrotum. It canget really intense, and the pain can spread to your front groin area.How to avoid this condition?Make sure for each arousal, you have an ejaculationHow to alleviate the pain?1) Take a wet warm/hot face towel and place the towel round your scrotum.Keep the towel around this area until the towel gets cold.Do this 4-5 times, it will alleviate the pain. It will not stop the pain2) Lye on your back with your body parallel to a couch. Keep your legs open wideand rest one leg on the seat of the couch. The will take away any strain of muscle in your legs. Lye there motionless, and try not to message your penis, as it onlyperpetuats teh condition.3) Take a bath with hot water and soak for 1-2 hours.How long does this condition last?I have had the condition all my life, and it only occurs during the courting phase.It could take 3.5 - 5 hours before the pain is totally gone. Do not exercise after thisperiod because the pain can reocurr. Historically speaking: I have had this my entire life, since I was 14 years old. And Istill get this during the dating or courting phase of a new relationship. However if you arehaving sex on a regular basis your will net get blue balls.What to look for?When the pain is on set, look closely at the shape of your testicles. One will hang lowerthan the other. You will also see a large vein looking thing inside your testicle. Touch itand you'll notice that it is delivering the pain, you testicles will exhibit he same pain when touched.
    blacknissan 1 Replies
    • December 30, 2009
    • 05:09 PM
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  • Condition: Blue Ballshey, m a medical student nd m suffering wit d same prblm since long. i suppose ths problem is a kind of "VARICOCELE" .ITS MORE OVER A RELATIVE AND DEPENDENT PROCESS which involves any abnormality in the valves of dt particular place....the valves are damaged leading to eddies formn nd later thrombosis...when u strain 4 long as during sex without an ejaculation or after a very long walk blood supply to ths area decreases while d venus return is already decreased due to thrombus formn...so ths leads to vasodilatation due to accumulation of blood in d local vein....thus pain....i advise u to discuss ths matter wit ur surgeon as soon as possible coz ths state in later stage may turn to cause torsion in d testes or azoospermia due to hypoxia of dt particular area.....
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  • After spending time with my girlfriend and having an erection usually lasting 2 hours or more (usually 3) I have intense pain in the area of my pubic hair, and my testicules(spelling?) extremely sensitive.Im only 15, any ideas?same prob with me..After spending time with my girlfriend and having an erection usually lasting 2 hours or more (usually 3) I have intense pain in the area of my pubic hair, and my testicules(spelling?) extremely sensitivesend me sollution @ asimabbas009@hotmail.com
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  • Guys, this isn't a big deal. Blue balls are seminal fluid back-up. Get it out of your system. Go rub one out (masturbate). Tension gone. Done.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • August 20, 2010
    • 08:49 PM
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