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What causes pelvic pain and fever after masturbation?

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Dr. T Chandrakant

General Surgeon

Practicing since :1984

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Posted on Fri, 3 Aug 2018 in Abdominal Pain
Question: Hey doctor,

Recently over the last month now I have been having pain after I masturbate in the center of my pelvic region, it's kind of like a dull aching pain that is right in the center just above my pubic region and is usually always there. I usually masturbate 1-2 times a day so I am not sure if I am maybe overdoing it which is causing these symptoms? Is it something I should get checked out or should I maybe just stop masturbating completely for a while to see if it helps and if so for how long? I also have acne as well and I am unsure if that may be related to over masturbating and possibly having less zinc in my system to fight off the acne? I have also had problems with peeing as well where it would sometimes dribble out could I maybe even have weak pelvic floor muscles?

Thanks for your help in advance

Kind Regards,
Answered by Dr. T Chandrakant 43 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Please give additional information

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for your query.
Noted the history and understood your concerns.
Please give some additional information for me to assist you better:
How is the stream of urine? Thin and falling at short distance?
Do you take more time to pass out the urine?
Any burning?
Any pain while passing stool?
Any other complaints/symptoms?
Awaiting for your feedback.

Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Chakravarthy Mazumdar
Follow up: Dr. T Chandrakant 11 hours later
1. How is the stream of urine? Thin and falling at short distance?

With my stream of urine it usually take a while to get started but I have had that problem since I was a kid from nerves especially when out in public restrooms. In terms of the stream when it gets started it’s quite steady and goes a long distance but falls off towards the end and some of it drips out after I finish.

2. Do you take more time to pass out the urine?

No I don’t.

3. Any burning?

Sometimes but I think thats more to do with how much water I drink in a day but I have noticed some white sediments in my urine the last couple of months and sometimes right testicle pain but I had that examined along with a uti test and that was fine so maybe it’s just semen/protein or yeast overgrowth?

4. Any pain while passing stool?

Sometimes I have had mainly upper gut problems and occasionally lower gut with direrrah/constipation for a couple of years and I was diagnosed with functional dyspepsia and ibs after doing a colonoscopy/endoscopy in other words they couldn’t find out what was causing my stomach to feel inflamed but I have been taking this “Nutrition Care Gut Relief” which seems to have helped along with just started Zinc would either of these supplements interact with any medicine or with foods/drinks like alcohol for example?

5. Any other complaints/symptoms?

Another thing I wanted to ask was that I had this mole on the back of my leg that I’d never seen before I attached some images of it what do you think of it?

To add to that I am also getting pain on the right side of my pelvic area too which feels like it’s related to my right testicul I have attached an image of the pain location as well

Answered by Dr. T Chandrakant 4 hours later
Brief Answer:
Urological and additional evaluation as explained

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for your detailed feedback and photos.
From the details you have provided your problem looks to be related to urethra and/or prostate along with right testicular problem as you seem to have referred pain as pointed in the photo.
I would advise you the following in such a situation:
Per-rectal digital examination.
Ultrasonography of abdomen particularly for genitourinary system and of the scrotum with additional color doppler examination.
An opinion of a Urologist for clinical evaluation and advise further investigations as needed to get a correct diagnosis and have a plan of proper management.
Also needed is the tests of blood, stool and urine.

All these will give the correct diagnosis.
I hope this answer helps you to get an early and proper diagnosis and a plan of treatment.
Please feel free to ask for further relevant queries if you feel that there is a gap of communication.

Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Chakravarthy Mazumdar

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