Ejaculation is the ejection of sperm
in response to a contraction of the seminal vesicles
as a result of stimulation. Ejaculation is sometimes painful and is a sign, in most cases, of an inflammation of the genital tract. It may be due to urethritis
(inflammation of the urethra
), a narrowing of the urethra, a prostatitis
(inflammation of the prostate), an orchy-orchitis
(acute or chronic inflammation of the testis and the channel which follows the epididymis), and in less frequent cases, to psychological causes such as anxiety neurosis
The symptoms of painful ejaculation are:
- burning during ejaculation;
- burning in the lower abdomen;
- pain in the testicles.
The intensity of the pain varies from one patient to another and it may persist after ejaculation.
Pain triggered by ejaculation or orgasm, with or without sexual intercourse is usually related to an infection
of the genital tract. The doctor will establish a urological assessment and a digital rectal examination
to identify the origin of the infection. A urine culture, supplemented by an ultrasound of the urinary tract
, is also possible. The doctor will be able to determine the organic abnormalities and infectious causes. A particular PSA
assay is indispensable in the case of a suspected prostatitis.
There are many treatments for painful ejaculation. If it is an infection, the doctor will prescribe an antibiotic
. If it is a narrowing of the urethra, the solution is surgery. If it is a psychological cause, the patient should undergo therapy.
Only infectious causes can be prevented. It is therefore necessary in this regard to be vigilant when having sex.
Original article published by
. Translated by Jeff
Latest update on November 20, 2013 at 09:14 PM by Crashounette.