During sexual intercourse, can a man bleed from his penis? If so, why?

Shouldn't . That shouldn't happen at all. He needs to see a doctor soon. This could be many things including trauma or infection.

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My boyfriend and I were in the middle of sexual intercourse and he started bleeding from his penis. What does this mean?

Hematospermia. While this is not common it is not anything to worry about usually. It usually represents vigorous sexual activity that caused some trauma to the urethra or prostate. Most boys just get better quickly and they do not continue to bleed. Read more...
? torn frenulum. Happens to uncircumcised men. Frenulum is web of skin on underside of penis, attached just under the urinary opening ; attatched to inner foreskin. This can get torn during sex. May need to have it corrected surgically by a minor surgical frenulotomy. However, he needs to see a urologist, in unlikely event of blood coming from urinary opening. Hope you have had gardisil vaccination ; are using sui. Read more...

I am 58 years old. These days when I do sexual intercourse and suddently I see the skin layer from penis comes off and see some bleeding. Any help?

See doctor. There's no way what you describe could be normal. Whether it's an allergic reaction, infection or too much friction, you should be examined by a doctor to find out. Read more...

What does it mean when a men gets cramps on penis during sexual intercourse?

Priapism. Priapism occurs when , blood vessels or nerves changes normal blood flow. Subsequently, an unwanted erection persists which can be painful . Factors that can contribute to priapism include the following. Sickle cell anemia, medication as viagra, (sildenafil) cialis. .Papaverine. Illegal and recreational drugs like cocaine, marijuana. Read more...

During sexual intercourse I never feel an sensation or tingling, I feel nothing, I can feel the penis but that's all what could this be? Help me plz

Not sure understand. What are you thinking you are supposed to be feeling? Sexual intercourse & intimacy are very complicated both physiologically & psychologically, especially for women. Is this a new partner & things are different from before? Is this a first for you & you don't know what to expect? Have you been abused, perhaps to the point of sustaining trauma? Best to get an exam & talk in person to gynecologist. Read more...