Whenever i have a sustained erection for more than an hour without ejaculating, would get a sudden pain in testicles if i urinate or have a bowel movement. The pain is worst after a bowel movement, its a crippling effect on me, all i can do is lie down. It is tolerable after 1/2hour to a hour but lingers on for another hour.
It is very difficult to point out your exact pathology. However, you should get a urine examination done and certainly get yourself examined by an urologist to rule out partial testicular erection.
Also, it is not advisable to have continuous erection for one hour.
Hope that this information helps and hope that you will get better soon.
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