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Pain in buttocks and left leg after ejaculation. Any clues?

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I get buttox pain and throbbing pain in left leg
After ejaculation so not wanting to have sex alone
Or with wife any clues?
Posted Thu, 6 Sep 2012 in Sexual Problems
Answered by Dr. A. CHAKRAVARTHY 23 hours later
Hi there,

Since you have multiple neuro muscular problems, it would be advisable to have a neurology consultation


Consultant In Reproductive & Sexual Medicine / Sexologist
Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, Republic of India
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Follow-up: Pain in buttocks and left leg after ejaculation. Any clues? 31 minutes later
I have tried neurologist and all kind of test
Any doctors on this site that might be able to help?

Also is there any know associations with
Ejaculation and buttox pain I can research?
I think I am asking is what muscles are innvolved
With ejaculations?

Thank in advance for your help I have had
This extreme pain for almost 8 years and tired
Of taking Opiates the hardness part is getting correct
Diagnosis they removed my tailbone because is
Was crushed in two accidents About 5 years ago but with no relief
Answered by Dr. A. CHAKRAVARTHY 33 hours later
Hi there,

Sorry for the delay. Some technical problems with my system.
It is difficult to tell what may be the cause for your buttocks pain without examining.
Pubococcygeal muscles are the main muscles involved in the sexual act.
The muscles in the buttocks, thigh, abdomen also involve in the sexual act.
Hence it would be better to visit a neurologist for the pain.

Hope you understood the situation better.


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