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A 22-year-old member asked:

Why does my penis hurt after ejaculation?

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Dr. James Kuan
Urology 23 years experience
?prostate infection: Semen is produced in the prostate and is expelled when you ejaculate. Prostate infection causes inflammation and pain can occur in the prostate, penis, testicles and pelvis. The prostate is most active during arousal / ejac and penis pain is common. Color, volume and consistency of the semen can change. See an md for possible antibiotics. Other causes include: urethral scar, urine infx, stis.
Dr. Andrew McCullough
Urology 44 years experience
Details, Details!!!: Like anything else it depends on the details. The penis is made of different parts, the shaft, the urethra and the head. Pain in each part means different things. The type of pain means different things. The duration of pain means different things. How long its been going on means different things. In order for us to help you have to give details, it sounds like you need to see a doc.

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A 41-year-old member asked:

Why does my penis hurt after ejaculations?

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Dr. Neil Liebowitz
Psychiatry 40 years experience
Check for infection: I would advise an evaluation by either pcp or urologist. This could be an std or prostatis (which doesn't have to be sexually transmitted) this is usually easily treated with antibiotic. There are other causes as well, but be evaluated. Prostatis can cause periodic pain on urination or orgasm.
Last updated Nov 6, 2020

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