Wednesday, September 28, 2016

How Does Ejaculation Work / Cum Pain

The fact that readers are asking more questions says something about their trust in the things I post. I do research on any given subject before I write anything about it.
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Not so for other popular blogs. One in particular - I refuse to name names - is an almost daily offender in delivering inaccurate information. Sometimes it's out and out made-up bullshit. He dupes people into thinking he knows what he's talking about by using labels like "bulbocavernosus muscles."  The term is bulbospongiosis, the muscle of the perineum covering the bulb (or very root) of the penis. It is this muscle we exercise with Kegels to strengthen erectionsUnfortunately thousands of men and women read his blog on a daily basis and are duped into believing what he writes is accurate.
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One such recent instance is "pre-ejaculation chamber" at the base of the penile shaft that "fills with semen until it can't hold any more," and triggers "the point of no return and ejaculation." There's no such thing, folks; it's a piece of male anatomy he invented.  Here's the truth:

"The journey begins in the ejaculatory ducts, located within the prostate gland. This location is where semen collects during sexual activity. When your arousal reaches its highest level, your body experiences a spinal reflex. [Note: it has nothing to do with the amount of semen collected.] This reflex causes spasms throughout the muscles in your prostate, urethra and penis, and these spasms propel the semen outward."
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If I've attached the correct one, here's a very short clip of how ejaculation works.


Another question from one of his followers about painful, burning sensations when he cums, states he's been tested and is clear of any STD, and asks if this is normal or if it's "just him."
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The blogger fires back glibly, telling the reader it's not normal so it must be him, as if it's not a serious question. It is. Ruling out any STD, it could be any number of medical issues: Urethritis (inflammation of the urethra); Prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate (bacterial, chronic, or asymptomatic); Orchitis, inflammation of one or both testicles, vas deferens, seminal vesicles; Blockage, a blockage anywhere within the route of seminal travel; Prostate Cancer; an allergic reaction to spermicides or contraceptive jellies or creams. It could even be a reaction to antidepressant medication.
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If you notice any pain, or a burning sensation when you pee
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or when you cum
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or even after you cum
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you need to go see a doctor.
And, please, be aware that the internet contains a lot of misinformation.
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Thanks for allowing me to get that off my chest.



11 comments:

RockHard said...

When I was getting chemo I had an erection that WOULD NOT go down. Mind you, I was sick and sex was the last thing on my mind. Out of desperation I went to the bathroom sink and jacked off. Talk about burning, searing pain! I told the doc on my next visit. His nurse said there had been one other man who reported the same thing. Thankfully it didn't happen again.

AOM said...

Thanks for looking out for us, bro. I trust what you tell us because I know you've done your homework and research. I hope you are well and having fun. Wishing you a jizztastic day! Hugs, Licks, and Strokes, AOM

SickoRicko said...

Once again, very informative! And good for you for getting the frustration about that other blog off your chest.

Jean WM said...

I also trust what you write. After watching the video you can really appreciate how many things can go haywire with the whole process, especially as men age.
Bisous.

Xersex said...

you deserve a medail for health care!!!

LORD PATRICK said...

You are just so good at all of this! You are doing a wonderful job! I just hope that all the right men are visiting and taking notice of all the information that you provide! Along, of course, with all the great images! Hugs! Patrick

French Patrick said...

A brief "Hi!" so as to let you know that I stubbornly go on being alive. I am very busy as I explained it to you by mail, but I hope that all that will be over after the next week.
Anyway, no need to say that that doesn't mean that I don't love less you and Jean, but I say it nevertheless.
Hugs and kisses, my two loves.

Anonymous said...

The sad thing is that whatever you say, there will always be those that believe everything on the internet must be true. I have relatives that believe everything they hear from Donald Trump, Duck Dynasty, and Rush Limbaugh. Health, politics, and religion. If the lie is repeated often enough and strongly enough it will be believed by the sadly uneducated. I imagine there are still those that believe that a person can cure baldness by rubbing snake oil on their scalp.

Since I found your blog it is part of my daily reading and has been extremely helpful for me. With insight I got from your site, I have helped my husband get over his guilt for masturbating to his bondage blogs. Everyone has their own erotic triggers and that doesn't necessarily make them a bad person. For that, I thank you. - Richard

whkattk said...

@ MFP - Mon cheri, merci for letting me know. I worry about my cyber friends!

whkattk said...

@ Rock Hard - Now there's something I'd never heard before. Worth looking into for a post. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Once again, thanks so much for the informative and insightful article. And, as always accompanied by an amazing diversity of quality photographs. As was noted in an earlier comment, your blog is greatly appreciated. Your research, sharing of personal experience, and promoting healthy sexual "being-ness" is refreshing and progressive. Thanks for all you do - SRR