Thursday, April 5, 2018

No Way to Live

"I hope you can help. I've talked to my doctor and he says he finds nothing wrong. My balls hurt all the time. It's like a flip flop between feeling horny and then after I cum they ache but in a different way like I hurt them somehow."
Okay, this could be caused by a number of different things. We all understand the heaviness and ache telling us it's time to get our rocks off. But, the pain afterwards is more difficult to nail down. You don't say how you cum, only that you do. You also don't tell me how often you cum. This is why it is so important to tell our doctors everything
So, one possibility is that your balls are being bruised. They're bouncing and banging with either your thrusting, when someone is stroking your cock, or as you jack off. Now, I know many guys love the feel of their nuts slapping against something during sex. But too much of it, or too vigorously, can bruise them. So, the solution here is to ease up on the thrusting or stroking.

The second probability is that the Cremaster Muscles which surround and lift the testicles to push the sperm up into the seminal vesicles are overreacting. They can squeeze too hard, pulling almost to a point where they feel as if they'll crawl right back up into the inguinal canal.

There isn't much you can do about this, though I did read an account years ago (can't find it again) about a urologist snipping a bit of the Cremaster tendons on each testicle. Because most insurance companies will not cover such an "experimental" procedure, guys with over-achieving Cremasters are left to suffer or find other solutions. Try getting a cock ring of the type which will lift your balls away. That may - may - resolve the issue to a certain degree.
You could also try cupping them to hold them down when you cum.

The third possibility is that you're ejaculating a lot - meaning many multiple times per day, every day. Now, as much as we all love the idea of that, too much can do damage. It called too much of a good thing. Having your nuts squeezed over and over again is actually causing trauma to the tissue.



If you try the things I've suggested and still have trouble, you need to go back to your doctor and tell him exactly - in detail - what is happening. You may need a referral to a urologist. Either way, I hope you are able to find relief, because constantly aching nuts is no way to live. 
Anyone else have any suggestions?

11 comments:

SickoRicko said...

I don't have anything to add. Fabulous GIFs!

Xersex said...

no suggestions ...

mistress maddie said...

I'd say you are very knowledge on this subject. Some days I feel like maybe running one off a third time, but refrain from doing so.

Patrick said...

Great post, as always! Good advice too! I had a very bad night - a lot of pain! See how today goes!

Anonymous said...

He should also consider prostatitis. When I had it, I had a hard time explaining exactly where the pain came from. Prolonged sexual activity after a long period of having not had sex caused the prostate to become quite painful due to infection. I felt the pain from my prostate with radiation into the testicles. A simple antibiotic cured the whole thing up in about a month.

A French Patrick said...

You are right, he should consult an urologist and shouldn't hide anything from him. We know nearly nothing, even not his age, even not since how long he has this problem, even not if it's linked to his masturbations sessions, etc.

This pain could be caused by pelvic congestion, commonly referred to as “blue balls”, this pain may also be related to how he his positioning himself during masturbation, etc. etc.

But I'm more inclined to believe that this is an infection. Epididymitis is caused by inflammation in the epididymis (the tube behind each testicle that stores and delivers sperm). The most common cause of epididymitis is a bacterial infection that can be the result of a sexually transmitted infection (STI) or coliforms (bacteria that live in the intestines). The infection can usually be cleared up by a dose of antibiotics. Since antibiotics work best the sooner they are taken, he must talk to his urologist as soon as possible to find out if he has epididymitis or a different testicular condition.

Love, hugs and bisous, my darlings Jean and Pat.

Jean WM said...

Lots of good advice - for all guys to remember. Thanks Pat. Hugs, and bisous to French Patrick.

Gabriel said...

I think your advice is excellent. I hope he gets the relief he needs.

T said...

Not enough information as the symptoms can happen from any number of things; both sexual and non sexual.

He does say there is pain before and after sexual activity though and doctor cant find anything wrong. On the doctor; it doesnt hurt to get a second opinion. A GP may not have enough experience in deciding whether something is out of the ordinary or not but a specialist will have. The GP can always give a referral.

The rest of what he gave; does he ride a bike (push bike, motorbike and even exercise bikes)? Does he wear very restrictive pants or bad-fit underwear (just like women with bra's men do need to pay more attention to their underwear)? Free-balling while at the gym (a no-no)?

Another area people are doing more these days is putting lotions/creams on their genitals. Hair dye, moisturizer and oils. Hair dye; your playing with fire there. Unless its all natural (you can buy natural hair dye these days) there is too many chemicals in hair dye that harm your skin and are easily absorbed deeper into your body.

The biggest no-no ingredient for your genitals is alkaline and titanium. Titanium is unfortunately found in sunscreen (legislation forces companies to use the product in some countries that have high spf requirements). Alkaline is found in many hair removal creams. Alkaline neutralizes your cells. It kills everything it comes in contact with. Many companies that do have hair removal products do put on the packaging do not put the product near your genitals. Alkaline is extremely dangerous when it comes in contact with your digestive system; that includes your a hole and your penis. Its an acid and it does not work with our internal bios.

Another ingredient to be careful of is alcohol in lotions. It dries the area so all ingredients can be absorbed quickly. Companies use it as its cheap and the natural equivalent is very expensive (argon oil). Coconut oil is another less severe ingredient. Its ph level can irritate the skin easily. If its used without an appropriate carrier oil it can burn your skin.

The biggest one to stay away from is alkaline. Instagram people, thots, beauty bloggers and all sorts of those people unfortunately mention products that are alkaline based. The worst is Alkaline Water. If you have this product flush it down the toilet. Whoever had that bright idea needs to be shot. There are medical treatments where alkaline is used but heavily diluted.

whkattk said...

@ Anon - Yes, I should've mentioned that, too. I went to a urologist years ago with a severe prostate infection - couldn't cum to save my life. Well, he cleared the blockage, then proscribed antibiotics. In about 4 weeks everything had cleared.

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