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Doctor insights on: Groin Strains From Masturbation

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After masturbation I will feel a pain like if I pulled a hamstring / groin. Why?

After masturbation I will feel a pain like if I pulled a hamstring / groin. Why?

Pain-Masturbating?: Hi

vigorous masturbation can lead to muscle strain and trauma that can be experienced as muscle strain or pain.

I would also worry about trauma to the tubing inside of the scrotum.

But, rest is often warranted. This would mean a few days without masturbation. Depending on the intensity of the pain adding an anti-inflammatory is also advised. ...Read more

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The region or crease between ...Read more


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Is it safe to masturbate more than 3 times in an hour because I feel when I do this really pain in my groin and back area and a bit of tender organ?

Is it safe to masturbate more than 3 times in an hour because I feel when I do this really pain in my groin and back area and a bit of tender organ?

Too much Sex?: There is no medical reason to limit one's sexual play. But, there are natural laws and limits to the amount of friction and orgasm that can occur without some rest and recovery. You cannot rewrite the laws of nature...Of what your body can manage without causing yourself some pain. ...Read more

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Can you strain hamstring from masturbating?

Possibly: Anything is possible, depending on what, exactly, you were doing. Be careful! ...Read more

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How come I some pain in my groin area after masturbating?

How come I some pain in my groin area after masturbating?

Male, correct?: Get a scrotal support or vary your technique; there's some delicate stuff near there that you can injure. Your family physician may be able to offer help as well. ...Read more

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I recently stopped frequent masturbation. I changed my schedule to 1-2 times a week and now my groin area is uncomfortable. What do I do?

I recently stopped frequent masturbation. I changed my schedule to 1-2 times a week and now my groin area is uncomfortable. What do I do?

Here are some...: How long has been like that? In reality, it is hard to tell what the answer may be without further detailed history + exam although, clinically, groin pain may not be related to frequency of masturbation. To get all things done correctly for good care needs not to be hard by following suggestions in articles listed in http://formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html. Thereby you know how to work with Dr. ...Read more

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I am treating my jock itch, with lamisil, (terbinafine) showering and drying groin thoroughly, is it safe to masturbate?

I am treating my jock itch, with lamisil, (terbinafine) showering and drying groin thoroughly, is it safe to masturbate?

Yes: There should be no risk provided you do not have involvement of the shaft of the penis. I would be concerned that chaffing of the skin could lead to an infection ...Read more

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I have two lumps in my groin it hurts when I move the lumps keep changing size but they stop hurting when I masturbate?

Hernia?: You should get checked by a physician to make sure those lumps are not actually hernia bulges. If they hurt you may need surgical repair. ...Read more

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Hi, I'm 23 years old. I experienced minor pain in groin area. I thought it was because of masturbation. But I don't masturbate excessively.

Hi, I'm 23 years old. I experienced minor pain in groin area. I thought it was because of masturbation. But I don't masturbate excessively.

You should be: Examined by a doctor. You could have a hernia or an infection, depending on where the pain is exactly and if there are other symptoms. The best way to tell is to have it checked. ...Read more

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I get pain in the groin area when I start masturbating if I stop it stops hurting. This started happening yesterday?

Groin pain: Have you been masturbating excessively? If yes, consider give yourself a break. If this becomes a pattern and you are not excessive with masturbation - consider medical evaluation. ...Read more

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I have pain I my left groin. I have been masturbating too often I believe. Now it seems to have caught up with me! This a serious question!

I have pain I my left groin. I have been masturbating too often I believe. Now it seems to have caught up with me! This a serious question!

Pain Meds/get checke: Masterbating too often should not cause pain in the groin. You can take over the counter pain pills for pain. But if there is a swelling or the pain continues or gets worse, than get it checked by your doctor ...Read more

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3 weeks after my hernia repair surgery I masturbated. Just before ejac., I felt a big pain in my groin area. I stopped masturbating. Is that normal?

Yes: Was that inguinal hernia? does not happen to many, but was the pain on the side of the surgery? I recommend to wait few days and try again. May take time for things to get better. If not, see your surgeon. ...Read more

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Calf pain in isolated area right leg. 19 year old, Male, Skinny. Blood Clot? Or Muscle strain? Did masturbate earlier in the day, unsure if related.

Calf pain in isolated area right leg. 19 year old, Male, Skinny. Blood Clot? Or Muscle strain? Did masturbate earlier in the day, unsure if related.

Tough to say: Statistically, it would be a muscle strain/sprain, but without a proper exam you can not know if it is something more serious like a blood clot. Masturbating would most likely have nothing to do with it. ...Read more

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A strain in my groin?

A strain in my groin?

Groin strain?: Generally a pulled groin will cause pain along the inner aspect of the upper thigh. The pain can be worsened by resisting adduction (squeezing the knees together against resistance) and or by abducting (pulling the affected leg away from the other leg as in a split). These exam findings may not be specific or sensitive in a laymans hand so please consult a specialist for proper evaluation. ...Read more

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I've had a groin strain for 4 months what do I do?

Four months is: A long time for a groin strain to heal. Show it to a doctor to make sure that nothing else is going on, such as hernia. ...Read more

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How do you get a groin strain?

Now That's a Stretch: You get a groin strain by straining your groin. Oh, you mean HOW do you get it. First let's assume by groin you mean the muscles that attach to the insides of the highest point of your thighs. Muscles get strained by stretching too far or contracting too hard or repetitively for too long. Think of a dancer doing the splits or a guy running the hurdles or a weight trainer working the adductors too hard. ...Read more

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How long is it supposed to it take for a groin strain to heal?

Fastest way: A sprain/strain is when a ligament/tendon is injured by overstretching. There may be minimal or quite a bit of damage to it. Inflammation (redness, warmth, tenderness, and swelling) occurs as a natural healing process. The key is minimize further damage while keeping the area flexible/mobile. Ice massage (24-36 hours), elevation, gentle rom, motrin/advil are the keys to maximize healing. ...Read more

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Can someone tell me how long will my groin strain take to heal?

Simple Treatment: A sprain/strain is when a ligament/tendon is injured by overstretching. There may be minimal or quite a bit of damage to it. Inflammation (redness, warmth, tenderness, and swelling) occurs as a natural healing process. The key is minimize further damage while keeping the area flexible/mobile. Ice massage (24-36 hours), elevation, gentle rom, motrin/advil are the keys to maximize healing. ...Read more

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I've had a painful groin strain for the last 9 months that won't go away... Hasn't gotten worse but hasn't gotten better either. What should I do?

Need an exam: If your still having pain this long after a strain, the best course of action is to have a physician examine the area in question. ...Read more

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Symptoms of groin strain or hernia?

Usually pain: Especially on exertion. If it is a true inguinal hernia, you might also see a lump. If this lump becomes painful or tender, it is time to see surgeon for possible surgical repair. If it is just a strain, it should get better with rest and mild analgesics. ...Read more

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Had groin strain. So I need therapy or surgery?

Unliklely surgery: A groin strain or pull is a musculoskeletal injury that usually heals by itself over time. This is different than a hernia, which usually requires surgery. ...Read more

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Please describethe symptom differences between groin strain and hernia?

Please describethe symptom differences between groin strain and hernia?

Sometimes they are: Very similar. A severe strain can fail to heal and progress to a hernia. Or it could heal without hernia formation. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how to know if I have a hernia injury or a groin strain?

Lump: A hernia often has a lump associated with the area of pain. Physical exam is the best way to diagnose a groin hernia, but sometimes a variety of imaging studies are necessary depending on how bad the symptoms are. Best place to start is with a primary care provider. ...Read more

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Please explain what are some symptom differences between groin strain and hernia?

Please explain what are some symptom differences between groin strain and hernia?

Hernia symptoms: They can include pain located in the groin or below the groin crease: bulging, pain, a lump, tenderness or even changes in bowel or bladder habits.
Meet with your surgeon to get testing, examined and determine if its a true hernia ie a hole or a defect in the area or if its a musculoskeletal strain/tear. ...Read more

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What are the symptom differences between a groin strain and a hernia? Would they be similar?

What are the symptom differences between a groin strain and a hernia? Would they be similar?

Yes: Symptoms can be very similar for both a groin strain and hernia. Usually with a hernia a physician or patient can feel a bulge at the site of the hernia. With a groin strain, no bulge is felt. However small hernias can cause significant symptoms and they can be small enough to not feel a bulge very well. A good history of the pain and exam can help differentiate. ...Read more