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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I have kinda an embarrassing question. Recently when I masturbate my testicles start to suck up into my body causing pain and discomfort. I have to hold them cause it feels like they may get sucked in and never come out. Sometimes this also happens when driving or sitting for a long time. I'm in my 20's
Doctor :   I am Dr.
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   When you do masturbation or intercourse, when you get erections and orgasm, the muscles in the testes and penis contract , like the muscles of biceps
Doctor :   The muscle which attaches testes to abdomen called cremaster muscles pull it towards abdomen
Doctor :   But it never suck it , believe me, as there is no that big passge for testciles to go into abdomen
User :   ok, so this is pretty much normal
Doctor :   Simultanoesly, the penile muscles , corpus spongiosum and carpus cavrnousm also contract
Doctor :   Some times they go into spasm and they gave lot of pain after sex/masturbation
Doctor :   So I advise rest for Penis/testcles for 2 days before another event/intercourse/masturbation
User :   ok, thank you
Doctor :   Spread and stretch your legs apart and relax
Doctor :   Use Ibuprofen 400mg when ever u have pain
Doctor :   Hope this will be useful
User :   thanks, it is
Doctor :   Did I resolve your query?
User :   yep
Doctor :   Thank you for consulting me
Doctor :   Bye
Doctor :   Good night
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