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As soon as my husband begins to ejectulate his body goes into a very painful spasm which lasts for up to a minute or so afterwards. Do you have any ideas as to what could cause this. I read once that it could be scar tissue from a hernia operation as his problem seem to start a short while after.
How are you? Pain during ejaculation can ocuur due to prostatitis, BPH, urethritis, STD, tortuous vas deferens etc.
I would suggest to get a physical examination of prostrate done with STD panel. Also get a urine examination and culture done. Infections to the prostrate and urethra can be eliminated with a course of antibiotics. The other conditions can be treated conservatively or surgically depending upon the extent of damage.
Consult your urologist for detailed examination and treatment.
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