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The prostate is a gland that lies at the base of the bladder and surrounding a segment of urethra. It secretes a milky fluid that is discharged by excretory ducts into the urethra during the emission of semen. It is clinically important because enlargement of the prostate with age, and prostate cancer are two common ...Read more
Prostate hurts after ejaculation? Has been hurting for 2 days. Why? Should get checked? Or normal? Lifestyle change?
Should get checked: It is not normal. First, by seeing a doctor you could confirm that where you are experiencing the pain does suggest that the prostate is the likely problem. Ejaculation shouldn't cause prostatitis, but if the pain IS coming from your prostate, then inflammation or infection are probable causes. Your doctor can culture prostate secretions leading to an effective antibiotic treatment. Good wishes:) ...Read more
Why does prostate hurt after ejaculation? Dull constant pain and hurts more when tightens. Lifestyle change? Normal? Help? Why?
Prostatitis: Sounds like prostatitis, which is inflammation of the prostate. This can be caused by infection, though patients who sit for long, continuous periods of time may also develop symptoms. Best to see a urologist, who can do a urinalysis to ensure no infection is present. A digital exam of the prostate with prostate massage can also be done to look for infection. NSAIDS/sitz baths can be helpful ...Read more
In any normal situation, should a prostate exam cause or possibly irritate/infect the prostate? Had an exam now butthole/maybe prostate hurts?
Random prostate pain for 2 months/prostate hurts while peeing/Naproxen helps short term (Doc Diagnosed). What to do?
Does a prostate exam hurt? I’m in my 40s, so I think my doctor might want to do a prostate exam at my next checkup. I’m afraid it’s going to hurt. Is there any way I can make it hurt less?
No: Having had many, I would have to say they are not comfortable, but they don't really hurt, unless the prostate is infected. I can't think of any way to make it "hurt less" but I think if you have one you'll be surprised that it isn't that bad. ...Read more
I had weird symptoms went to er, the doc did a quik chek for prostate cancer if it hurt way too much is that a sign I have it? He was unsure
Unlikely: Too difficult to answer your question based on your question. But generally pelvic pain is not a presenting symptom of prostate cancer. At your age of 26, it is unlikely that you fit the risk profile. Please read the link below by the american cancer society for further information. Http://m.cancer. Org/cancer/prostatecancer/detailedguide/prostate-cancer-risk-factors. ...Read more
When done urinating I push to let more pee out, then I feel like my prostate cotracts, like if it is breaking down sumthin don't hurt feels funny?
Prostate pain: Difficulty emptying your bladder with pain in a 22 year old man generally indicates prostatitis, an mild infection of the prostate gland. Men of your age do not usually get obstruction due to prostate enlargement. The only other cause I can think of for such symptoms would be a kidney stone on the last part of its trip through the urinary tract. ...Read more
Got a prostate exam by primary doc (for frequent urination), he asked while doing it if it hurt, I did have a dull pain, he said he doesn't think I have prostate issue. How accurate is his analysis?
Rectal exams: Massage of the prostate by a finger in the anus is never comfortable and often creates significant discomfort. This may be interpreted as pain by the person being examined, but may not necessarily represent disease. The experienced examiner can usually tell what is meaningful and what is a normal reaction to the insult. Without knowing your pcp I cannot really comment on how accurate they are. ...Read more
Why would my testies hurt so bad that I can't walk when I have sex or even get aroused? They hurt when I have sex and /or get aroused, and cause "e.D.". The pain raps around my entire right side hip. It feels as if it is near my prostate area or deep in
From: From your description, it sounds like you had a traditional appendectomy. If you have sex too early after surgery, you could put strain on your wound and the surrounding abdominal muscles. If your appendix developed an absess or ruptured, this could delay your healing time. The surgeon should have given you post-operative instructions such as: don't lift more than 10 to 15 pounds for four to six weeks after surgery. The instructions most likely addressed when you could return to sexual activity. If you were having sex sooner than two weeks after a standard appendectomy especially if it is causing pain, it is most likely too soon. It sexual activity is causing you this much pain, you are not ready for this activity. Please contact your surgeon to get more specific advice because he/ she knows what they discovered inside your abdomen and can also examine you if there is concern about a complication. ...Read more
Can a woman have an enlarged prostate? I have to strain so hard to pass urine, it hurts my head. I just discovered a very sticky, clear substance lining my rectum. There are other symptoms but these are the 2 that worry me.
No: Women do not have prostates. See a urologist for evaluation of voiding dysfunction. ...Read more
My testicle and groin hurts sometimes but bladder kidney prostate and testicles in ultra sound was ok, should I be concern about hernia or epidimity?
I think I have an infected prostate went to e.R. Thought I had orchitis fixed but still hurts to pee and poop and have sex I need help cypro isn't work?
Reconsider: My advice would be to avoid such activity. ...Read more
Diagnose: prostatitis. Don't like regular water. Drink 5 liters of Propel water per day. Is that too much artificial sweetner? Hurting my prostate?
Not a problem: Drinking 5 liters a day should not affect prostatis ...Read more
Anesthesiology use: Asa classification is use by anesthesiologists to grade general medical status of a patient. I.E asa 1 = perfectly healthy, asa 2 = 1 or 2 non serious co-morbidities which should be noted, but should not interfere with adminstration of anesthesia. Asa3 = serious co-morbidities such as hemophilia, recent heart attack etc. Which may seriously affect patient during anesthesia +/or surgery. ...Read more
Testosterone. ..: The prostate grows as we age, probably due to the cumulative effect of male hormones (androgens) such as testosterone which men produce throughout their lives. The prostate is dependent on testosterone for growth, a fact we use in treatment of enlarged prostate with drugs such as Finasteride which blocks the conversion of testosterone to its active form ...Read more
Here are some. ..: The fundamental cause is irritation to the nerve endings near, on, or inside the prostate by inflammation - infection, or by referring pain from the disorders of regional muscles, joints, and nerves so leading to the puzzles and debates on CP / CPPS as acronyms of chronic prostatitis / chronic pelvic pain syndrome. More? Ask treating urologist timely. ...Read more
Vigorous massage is: Prostate massage is used in clinical practice rarely to diagnose chronic bacterial prostatitis. If used to achieve an intense orgasm, it should be done carefully, as vigorous massage may result in damage to the nearby thin rectal lining, stricture of the membranous urethra, or possibly epididymitis. If a patient has acute bacterial prostatitis, vigorous massage may seed the blood with bacteria. ...Read more
Looking for evidence: Looking for evidence that chocolate is bad for the prostate, but only came across online sites saying that in younger men, drinking alcohol or consuming too much caffeine (especially coffee) can irritate the prostate and cause frequent urination (so, eliminating them from the diet may decrease prostatitis symptoms). Chocolate has caffeine. Other reported irritants include tobacco and spicy foods. ...Read more
See your physician.: Prostate problems can range from infection & inflammation, to enlargement & cancer. In younger men, infections & inflammation are the biggest concerns. Symptoms are mostly with urination, include burning & pain, voiding difficultly, and urethral discharge. If you are having any of these symptoms or are concerned, see your primary doctor who will refer you to a urologist if there is a problem. ...Read more