Hello, I had unprotected sex several times with a woman who had a vagina that smelled and tasted bad. She was technically a virgin- but had been raped as a child. Now, when I masturbate, my balls seem to hurt. I have no idea why this is but they ache and throb. Could I possibly have an infection inside my penis/scrotum? I do not feel a burning sensation, but sometimes there is general pain there. Will a regular STD checkup show if there is some infection?
It could be STD related. She could of had something and never had one sign.
For Chlamydia, pain in your testicles is uncommon. Usually discharge or burning. This is if they have symptoms.
For gonorrhea, men can get painful and swollen testicles.
It could be unrelated though. I personally have a hydrocele and a variocele which caused some testicle pain and usually comes and goes.
I would go get tested for everything you can (no harm in that) and schedule an appointment with you Dr. Testicles is what produces sperm, and having a problem with you testicles for a long period could affect your sperm quality.
could have been a yeast infection. she most likely was checked after the rape for any std's and is fine, but you never know. go get yourself tested anyway just in case. gonorrhea could cause testicular pain from what i hear and you could have gotten it from another partner. The suggestion of the hydro seal could be correct. i had one and it did cause pain on and off especially when masturbating. hydro seal is very serious and could cause damage if it gets bad enough. go get checked out for that too.
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