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    Chronic Groin Pain-Post Ejaculation
    ZepCapt posted:
    Good Morning,
    I was injured more than 10 years ago and now have multiple,chronic issues with my back and groin.

    1.MRI showed a herniation on vertebrae L4-L5.

    2. Hernia was ruled out for the groin pain.

    3. Spinal stenosis which presents a numbing down both legs and often a tingling to both hands and fingertips.

    4. Immediate pain after ejaculation that persists for hours or often days.

    The multi-layered nature of the injury and stenosis seems to obscure any clear root cause and fix for the pain associated with post- ejaculation.

    Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
    bj1208 responded:
    hi and welcome to the support group -

    unfortunately we do not have any professional physicians on this support site.

    I would suggest that you see your primary care physician where they can order tests to be done to see why this is happening. also seeing the spine specialist that ordered your MRI may be able to tell you more.

    Please keep us posted what you find out~~
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