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Why am I facing lower abdominal pain on sexual arousal?

hi, i have a problem with severe pain upon sexual stimulation . Everytime im aroused, but not performing sex, my lower abdominal area feels severe pains afterwards. i think it s semen accumulated causing the pain. therefore, everytime i need to masturbate to release whatever there s inside the relieve the pain. what is actually the problem im facing?
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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The semen consists of spermatozoa manufactured in the testis. The viscous liquid that is ejaculated does not come from testis. It is made in other glands, predominantly the seminal vesicles. Spermatozoa from the vas deferens and the seminal fluid from the seminal vesicles meet and through the prostate via ejaculatory duct it reaches the urethra. At you can see this: picture-all-male-genital-parts-named/. During sexual arousal there is semen, which is just waiting to spurt out. Congestion thus caused is sensed as pain in the lower abdomen (in your case) or in between the scrotum and the anus. There is stretching kind of discomfort that is peculiarly relieved on masturbation.

This does not need any medication. It requires that you clearly understand that masturbation does not cause any harmful effect whatsoever. It is the best method of practicing 'safe sex'. With this scientific knowledge you will not force yourself to avoid masturbation. Then there will be no congestion and stretching or pain sensation.

If you have further doubts or additional queries feel free to ask here.

Best wishes,
Dr. Ashok Koparday
Answered: Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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