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Pain in testicles during masturbation, applied start-stop technique recently. Normal?

Dear Doc, I m having pain in my testicles when I masturbate. This never used to be a problem before. Let me tell you how my methods of masturbation have changed recently. Till 4-5 months ago I was masturbating naturally & ejaculating. After that I have stopped ejaculating (on personal choice & for various reasons) but continue to masturbate. I use the start-stop-start technique. Recently I have noticed pain build up & it refuses to subside even after 1-2 hours. Even the next day I don t feel well down there. Please suggest whether this is due to a medical condition/due to change in technique. Thanks Doc!
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
Your technique strat-stop start is fine but it needs ejeculation at the end.If you continue to maturbate without ejeculate the semen travel retrograde direction causing you infection. Semen doesn't just contain sperm, but fluids secreted by several glands during ejaculation.
During sexual arousal, and close to the point of climax, semen travels from the epididymis through a tube called the vas deferens. Here, it picks up a fluid rich in fructose - a sugary substance that acts a bit like rocket fuel.
Other fluids kick in along the way to the urethra (the tube that runs the length of the penis). This comes from the prostate gland, the Cowper's glands and the seminal vesicles. Some secretions are designed to neutralise acids (such as urine traces in the urethra), others provide vital enzymes).
The finished product contains approximately just 10% sperm. The rest consists of enzymes, vitamin C, calcium, protein, sodium, zinc, citric acid and fructose sugar.
If you hold this & don't ejeculate it out it causes you infection & inflammation & pain.
This is a reason you gets pain in your testis.
Thanks again.
Answered: Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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