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abdominal pain, pulling sensation during ejaculation
I'm a relatively healthy 32 year old male. Over the past few months, I experience a dull ache pain below my belly button during ejaculation, after ejaculation the pain stops and I feel nothing. Over the past 5 years, I've suffered from low back pain, according to my doctor, in the sacroiliac region..I suffered this injury weight lifting years ago and its turned into a chronic condition. I was prescribed physical therapy but I never went and now the condition is worse. Anyway, my main concern is the pain during ejacualtion, this developed just recently, i feel like I might have a prostate problem or cancer because the symptoms suggest pain during ejaculation and back pain. I don't have any pain during urination, everything is normal, however I do sometimes have a stong urge to urinate but I do drink alot of fluids during the day, alot of diet soda. Anyway, my doctor said that I most likely don't have prostate cancer and its probably from back, my muscles in that region are always spasaming and cause me pain...he told me not to worry but I am, I don't know..should I see a urologist? Thanks for your help.
visit an urologist and thats more than enough for u and keep posted cos it helps people. I doubt u may have this due to stone but am not sure, drink plenty of water and eat lots of fibre foods, do it for two weeks and and do not indulge in any sexual activity, give it a check after 2 weeks and if u feeel the same go to the urologist. and after that keep us posted:)
I also have back issues (from work) and have pain during ejaculation. I also have urgency and pain when I urinate. I just learned a couple weeks ago that I have a ring of scar tissue in my urethra (I have no idea how this occurred). My pain during ejaculation and urination and urgency is most likely due to the scar tissue. The only way to confirm this is to have a cytoscopy, which is not fun. But it's a thought. Best of luck to you! Oh, and the scar tissue has to be removed via laser... So yeah. Good times.
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