Approximately four years ago I began to experience some mild
discomfort or tightness at the base of my penis on the right
hand side. The pain was mild at first but over time it began
to increase and the area just above and to the right of the
base became tender and sour. The pain and sourness would
increase with more frequent masturbation. I saw a urologist and
neurologist and they were unable to diagnose the problem.
Since the initial onset the sensation has continued with varying levels of intensity, but since the onset the pain has
progressively moved up the right side of my abdomen and around
the waist. Since the onset of the pain, I have been able to
have erections and ejaculate. However, my orgasms have been
very quick to happen and the sensation has been less intense.
Also, when I orgasm the right testicle pulls in while the left
testicle does not. Recently, the pain is in the area of my right
waist just above my hip and the intensity is sharper and more intense, in that area, immediately following ejaculation.
My feeling is that there is some level of nerve damage that has
resulted from excessive masturbation the years and I am very
concerned that this problem if left undiagnosed and untreated
may lead to permanent dysfunction and potentially impotence.
My initial thought is that you are having too frequent ejaculations. If a person ejaculates multiple times in a given short time period, their semen quantity will be diminished which may be perceived as
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