For about 2 months now I have had a sharp pain in my Uretha During Ejaculation. Usually on the initial "release" when pressure is the most. It is a sharp pain, like a muscle spasm or something, it is pretty brief. 2 weeks ago I notice minor blook in the ejaculate so I went to the doctor. He gave me the "finger" test and said I had some inflamation and he prescribed Bactrim DS for 21 days. He also said I needed to get tested for Ghonorrea/Chlamydia. I did that Saturday, have to wait 2 weeks for results. I'm not expierencing any of the normal symptoms with those though. Since I started taking the Bactrim. I have noticed that I no longer have the pain with ejaculation or blood, which was pretty regular for 2 months. Now instead, since I have been on medicine. I have noticed that I will randomly have some pain, which feels like a pin ***** somewhere around 1-2 inches from the opening on my penis but sometimes it seems to radiate down to where my prostate is located, Kind of like the pain you feel at a nerve ending when something is done to another area of your body. It lasts for a second or two. Also, it only seems to be happening when sitting down at my chair at work. (I'm behind a computer all day). When I wake up in the morning, I seem fine, until I get to work. Nothing seems to be associated with going to the bathroom. I also noticed that when I first started taking the bactrim, I was having some itching in my scrotum with no visible signs of anything. That went away after about 5 days. It wasn't bad, but noticable.
I would ensure there isn't any problem with the prostate - any type of prostate infection or prostatitis can lead to blood in the ejaculate.
A transrectal ultrasound would be a reasonable test to ensure there is no anatomic abnormality present. If negative, you may want to consider a cystoscopy for further evaluation. The cystoscopy can evaluate for any anatomical abnormalities - such as a urethral sticture or polyp - which can lead to discomfort.
You may want to discuss these options with your personal physician.
Followup with your personal physician is essential.
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