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Penis paining, erection but no ejaculation, advised to have intercourse. Second opinion?

i have been in a physical relation with a girl coz of a certain prob. na the dr. had told to do so..physical in a way that i have felt her body but have nt had an intercourse....nw when she had gone to her home my penis started to paining was getting erect nd then getting normal on its own... sperm was being generated but was nt coming out..tried many things but of no use....nw the dr. suggested that i should have an intercourse so as to bring the sperm liquid outside...only then will i be ok..plz suggest nd help
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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Hi,
Thanks for query,
The sexual act is of arousal,erection ,ejeculation & lag period.
Ejeculation is not in our control.we can prolong the time.
Once ejeculation occurs the semen releases & should come out.
Weather it is actual intercourse or a masturbation ejeculation causes discharge.
If it is not coming out you must check for retrograde transporting to bladder.
Consult your doctor for its diagnosis.
Thanks.
Answered: Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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