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Testicular pain

I have now got testicular and groin pain for the second time. there is also sometimes a dull ache in both legs and pelvic area.my wife is pregnant and it was belived i may have got it from her with the change in hormones.this was treated with dioxycline and symptons went,my wife also got tested and had a small case of thrush(she was also treated).i now have the same pain again a day or so after intercourse and i visited my GUM on wednesday and my urine was clear, the pain is intermittent and can sometimes get better and worse,could it have been caused by thrush again or could it also be something else.could you help with any diagnosis or what i should do.As i cant keep getting this everytime i go near my wife.

Asked by Hamm
10th June 2009 (in Health)

Tags: penis size testicular pain thrush

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Thrush (or as it is often called Candida or Candidiosis) does not normally cause the symptoms you have described; the main symptom of male thrush is balanitis. Balanitis is inflammation of the penis.If you have balanitis, you may have the following symptoms: a very itchy, red, and sore glans (head of your penis),and/ or small red spots on the head of your penis (glans), and/or discharge from your penis, and/or pain when passing urine,and/or difficultly pulling back your foreskin, and/or a 'cheese-like' substance called smegma that smells a bit yeasty and sometimes collects under your foreskin. In some men, thrush also causes their foreskin to swell and crack. This is probably caused by an allergy to the yeast.



As you can see what you have described doesn’t seem to fit.



Consequently we would suggest going to either your Doctor or your local GUM Clinic to discuss this further.

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Answered by team member Tim
3rd December 2009

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My penis ache

Why is that every time i masturbate while the sperm is coming out i feel a little bit aching in my penis

Asked by Ley
25th August 2013 (in Sex)

Tags: penis ejaculation testicular pain masturbation gay

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hi thanks for getting in touch with Mens Sexual Health. It is difficult to work out what may be causing your penis to ache. Have you been masturbating too much lately, maybe have a few days/week break and see how it feels after then. It could be that you have some sort of infection in your tubes that causes pain when you ejaculate. We would recommend seeing your GP/Doctor to discuss this further with them so then can rule out what is causing this and hopefully give you the correct treatment. We hope this has helped your concern.

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Answered by team member Matt
28th August 2013

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Testicles ache

Everytime I ejaculate, my testicles start to ache and the aching lasts for a while any advice why? its putting me off sex.

Asked by billy
8th November 2014 (in Health)

Tags: ejaculation testicles testicular pain

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Sorry to hear that this is putting you off sex. Actually you describe quite a common problem and most of the time there is no medical cause to treat. Various possible causes include engorgement of the blood supply to your balls because you have been hard for a long time before orgasm: change in position of your testicles (from the one they rest in when you are clothed) when you are being sexually active: "flopping about" by the testicles during sex or masturbation: minor trauma to your ball bag because of the position you are in during sex: and having infrequent orgasms. Try experimenting with different positions: if you like prolonged sex, take a short break in the middle: during masturbation you could gently cup your testicle with the other hand: and if you don’t cum very often, try more frequent activity and see if this breaks through the "after sex ache".





More serious causes are less common: epididymitis and pressure from a testicular swelling are both things that need a medical check. So for example if you find any kind of lump, or a tender painful part of your testicle you should see a doctor.





It is small consolation but there are other problems that some guys get after sex such as a severe headache, muscle pains or severe guilt or depression. These are all part of life’s rich tapestry and although distressing they often settle with help and support.



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Answered by team member Dr Peter
8th December 2015