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An_248166 posted:
I'm 27 workout 4-5 days a week and have never had any problems sexually or otherwise. About two weeks ago my wife and I were fooling around and I couldn't get hard enough for sex and I noticed a cramping pain in my stomach a little below my belly button. We've tried a couple of times since and the same thing happens. I tried masturbation and still couldn't get as hard as usual but finished anyway and the pain got worse and I was nauseated on orgasm. Don't have a clue what is going on and I'm really worried, not to mention what it is doing to my wife.
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Sheldon Marks, MD responded:
Not sure from the information you provide. I can tell you that you do need to see a urologist for an evaluation to be sure there is no infection or deeper injury to the penis. Do not ignore this.
 
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pain71 responded:
I have the exact same problem. I am currently 41 years old. My problems started in 2001. I have never had any STDs. Never had problems before then, suddenly I couldn't get an erection, but I could still have an orgasm. Starting in 2004 I starting have pain whenever I had an orgasm, same location as stated in the previous post, a couple of inches right below the belly-button in the center. Pain level similar to a leg cramp. The pain would last the length of the orgasm. Then, for about 15 minutes after that, I would continue to feel like I need to have an orgasm. Also during this time, semem would slowly drain out. Also starting in 2004, I started to have problems having an orgasm with only achieving this about 70% of the time. Starting around 2011, I have started to gget a partial erection, but nothing like prior to 2001. The partial erections would happen about 40% of the time, rest of the times I would have nothing. Also since 2004, after having an orgasm, I would hhave problems breathing, feel agitated, I would feel I have just had a large amount of caffiene. Very restless.

I saw a urologist in 2004 when the pain started. He stuck a camera up inside of me and checked my urinary track, bladder, and prostrate, but didn't find any problems. I also had a CAT-Scan done and couldn't find any problems. Since then I have talked with various doctors that I have seen for annual checkups, but they either didn't have any idea about the problem or didn't care and wanted to change the subject to something else. Currently I haven't found any doctor that has any idea of the problem. I till only get partial erections about 40% of the time, the rest nothing, and orgasms about 50% of the times. Also, as far as sensitivity, sometimes it hurts when I have an orgasm in the urinary tract. Also, I don't feel much from touch or any physical contact.

Any ideas.
 
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nohard responded:
Hi, Have you changed you execise routine or have been lifting heaver weights, its little things like this that can be overlooked why you are thinking O my little dicky wont come erect, a strain comes in many forms, and yes our wifes do not like if there not getting enough nooky.
You could try coming off you routine for a couple of weeks and keep out of the gym, just to see how it effects you and your symptoms.
Just some ideas.
Good Luck
 
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nohard replied to Sheldon Marks, MD's response:
Hi Doc been having an extra think of both of these, do you think these could be partial umbilical hernia's, did a quick read on it and they look as if they could be.
But then, me, just a lay man.
Hope this helps all of you.
Good Luck
 
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RobertPatrick responded:
I think you should check your Testosterone levels first and seek doctor help for that. It is sure problem of low testosterone, and you can fix it using any herbal remedy.


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