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pain after ejaculation

My husband is 48 and has chronic, severe pain in lower right abdomen made much worse directly after ejaculation and exacerbated by movement of the penis or scrotum, lying down, and sitting for long periods of time. NO doctor can find anything wrong and CT scans were negative. What can cause this kind of pain?
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First let me Welcome you to the Pain Management Forum and tell you how glad we are that you have found us. I need to let you know that there are NO Doctors on this Forum. We are all CP (Chronic Pain) Patients that share our experiences with each other.

I'm so very sorry that your husband is having these problems. The one thing that I can  suggest is if he hasn't been to a Proctologist he should really go and be checked out. He needs to get in with a specialist. If he has been to one than he needs to get a 2nd opinion because there is DEFINITELY something wrong and he needs to ge it checked out.

I would also recommend that you repost this on the Men's Health Forum. If you go up to the tab at the top of the page that says "Forum" and click you will find it on the left side of the page under "M". We hope that you will remain a member here also.

There will be more people on later that will have a lot more knowledge than I do on this and I'm sure that they will be able to give you some help.

I hope that you wil keep us updated as we are concerned about how your husband is doing.

I hope that he is able to get some relief VERY soon....Sherry

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Are both of your husband's testicles in the scrotum?
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