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For about the last year, when my wife and I have sex and I ejaculate I immediately feel pain and pressure in my anus. It feels like I have to use the bathroom. When I sit and wait on the toliet, nothing happens, I don't go. I don't have any problems going to the bathroom or urinating otherwise, it's just after sex (ejaculating). What is your opinion on the matter?
A this point, it may suggest an underlying prostate condition. Ejaculation involves these structures and I do not think this is something to be worried about.
Does this happen 100% of the time?
I suggest you seek consult with a urologist for an initial assessment. A prostate examination through a digital rectal exam may help. Try to observe if this happens each time after sexual activity. A urinalysis may also be necessary just to rule out any infection. A prostate secretion culture may be done if indicated.
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