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Having sore pubococcygeus muscle. Having pain during sex, erection. Suggestions?

hello, my pubococcygeus muscle is sore, about 10 days now. Had sex and partner help penis tight when I was ejaculating, not something we normally do. Pain since. At first, a lot of pain affected ability and strnght of erection . Seems to be getting better, but still sore if sitting long times or if I get erection. will this go away? Will Kegel excercises help? Should I be doing anythign else? Never experienced anything like this before.
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

I went through your problem descriptions. Are you sure that you are having pain the region you are mentioning? Are you sure about your other symptoms?

Erection problems and ejaculation problems also arises due to anxiety. You might be anxious about the pain while doing the sex and that must have caused the erection and ejaculatory problems. Never attempt sex while you are physical pain.

The Pubococcygeus muscle controls urine flow and contracts during orgasm. It also aids in childbirth as well as core stability. The pain you are mentioning could be just a sore. Otherwise do consult a physician for further advice. No self diagnosis and no self medication.

Hope this clears your doubts. Available for further clarifications
Good luck.
Answered: Sat, 21 Sep 2013
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