Men need to pay attention when male organ pain occurs, as it clearly can have an impact on their enjoyment of sensual activity. This is especially true when the pain may occur during or near the time of seed release. Knowing possible causes of this pain can enable a man to take steps to ensure his male organ health and discover what he needs to do to make his seed release pleasurable rather than painful. |
There are a number of factors which might account for why a man experiences pain during or near seed release. Among these are the following:
- A social disease. Some social diseases may result in painful seed release. Men who participate in unprotected sensual activity are at great risk of contracting a social disease; however, even some men who use proper protections run a small risk of infection. If a social disease is suspected, it is very important to see a doctor right away so that a proper diagnosis can be arrived at and treatment can begin right away. Early treatment is associated with much more positive outcomes.
- Orchitis. Although this condition refers to a swelling in the sacks, it still produces pain during seed release. Orchitis is basically a side effect of epididymitis, a bacterial or viral infection of the epididymis. (Epididymitis by itself often causes pain during seed release.) It is also associated with fever, blood in male seed, and sacks pain. Antibiotics and pain medications are usually part of the treatment plan.
- Prostatitis. This prostate gland disorder is often caused by a bacterial infection - but sometimes the cause is unknown. Because the prostate produces much of the liquid used to form male seed fluid, it has a direct relationship to the manhood. In addition to creating discomfort when releasing seed, prostatitis also produces a more general male organ pain and complicates the urinary process as well.
- Urethritis. When the urethra becomes infected, it is said to have urethritis. Although sometimes this is due to a social disease, often the infection source is not sensually-transmitted. Pain is often common during urination as well as seed release when urethritis is present.
- Nerve damage. The member is filled with highly sensitive neural receptors; it’s because of these that the feelings produced during sensual activity are so intense and pleasurable. Sometimes, however, there can be damage to some of the nerves which can result in sensations of pain rather than pleasure. Alternatively, a man may feel numbness rather than either pleasure or pain. Nerve damage may be the result of a traumatic injury or other factors, such as diabetes, Peyronie’s disease or multiple sclerosis.
- Seed release duct obstruction. Male organ pain from seed release duct obstruction typically occurs shortly after seed release rather than during. As the name implies, seed release duct obstruction results when one of both of the seed releasing ducts are partially or fully blocked. Some men are born with this condition; others may acquire it at a later point in their lives. In addition to the pain, most men with seed release duct obstruction either produce no or a low volume of male seed fluid. The fluid that is produced typically is much thinner than that of a typical male. Treatment normally involves fairly invasive surgery.
One of the more common causes of male organ pain, related to seed release or not, is simple soreness from overuse. Application of a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) on a daily basis can help provide soothing relief while maintaining the overall health of man’s favorite organ. Soreness often responds to a crème with moisturizing agents that can give the male organ skin the suppleness it needs for sensual acrobatics, so find a crème with both a high-end emollient (like Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (like vitamin E). Since bacteria is often a factor in male organ pain, it pays to find a crème with vitamin A, as that ingredient has known anti-bacterial properties that can come in very handy.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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