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Burning Sensation When Ejaculating
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lotusflower27 posted:
I did post this in on the sex discussion board but was unsure if it would be more of a urology question. Any help is appreciated!

Recently my fianc? has complained about a burning sensation when he has an orgasm. He says it doesn't burn when he urinates only when he ejaculates. It's not bad enough to where we have stopped having sex, but it is uncomfortable for him and I want him to enjoy his orgasms. Does anyone have any ideas as to what may be causing it?
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lotusflower27 responded:
Ok it was suggested to me that it could be Prostatitis. I have done some research on it, but he doesn't have any of the other symptoms involved with prostatitis. Could it still be Prostatitis? Could an injry cause this burrning sensation?
 
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blondieandbrunnette responded:
Mh husband had prostatitis last month. He did not have all the symptoms either. He is only 24 also!! I would tell him to see his doctor and get his prostate gland checked out to be sure.
 
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counterso responded:
You don't have to have any symptoms at all to have prostatitis, although you usually have at least one. One is sufficient to get checked.

And you're quite correct that even though it's not painful enough to stop having sex, it's not normal and he needs to be checked by a urologist.


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