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Strange new sensations during ejaculation and urination

I'm a healthy 37y/o, not on any regular drugs except for adderal/ritalin (taken for several years).
Lately I've noticed a strong tingling sensation between my testicles and the bottom of my stomach during ejaculation.
This sensation isn't painful (so far), but it's not something I've experienced in the past.
Additionally, I've noticed something similar during urination, when the relief (of the tingling sensation right before) that follows the emptying of the bladder takes longer to appear.
Also, I sometimes have to engage my pelvic floor muscles to completely empty my bladder.
Can these be connected?
What could be the cause, and how concerned should I be?
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It might be prostatitis. Have you seen your doctor? You should.

In the meantime, make sure to drink plenty of water, and avoid caffeine and alcohol.

But really, see your doctor.
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Thank you for your answer, I scheduled an appointment with my doctor.
The thing is, that every time I read about prostate symptoms, it mentions pain which I do not have.
Either way, better safe than sorry, Thx.
It could be the start of it, but I could be wrong, for sure. Let us know what happens.
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Check your urine to see if you have an infection.  I had one a couple years ago and ended up in the hospital for a week.  almost died. Nothing to ignore. Test strips are cheap insurance.
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