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Pain in pelvis after lifting

I was doing some heavy lifting when I got pain in my pelvis. It caused difficulty in urinating, stools, no orgasm or contractions while ejaculations.
Now, after a month the pain has significantly reduced (little pain still left) and I have hardly any problems while urinating or passing stools but still I dont get orgasm or there are no contractions during ejaculation.
What could be the problem and could it take more time to heal?

Help would be appreciated.
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3149845 tn?1506627771
Hi, have your prostate examined either manual by a doctor or have a psa blood test to rule out any prostate issues.
3149845 tn?1506627771
Hi, have your prostate examined either manual by a doctor or have a psa blood test to rule out any prostate issues.
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