Why does it hurt when I ejaculate?

Painful ejaculation can harm relationships, undermine self-esteem, and turn one of life's pleasures into a source of frustration. It can be a scary experience, but it is nothing to be ashamed of. For most men, it manifests as pain during or immediately following ejaculation.
Some men feel embarrassed when ejaculation is painful, but it is a relatively common symptom. It is also highly treatable and can be the first symptom of another problem, such as swelling in the prostate.
Various studies have found that between 1–10 percent of men experience this symptom. As many as 30–75 percent of men with a condition called prostatitis experience pain during ejaculation.
In this article, we examine the symptoms and causes of painful ejaculation, along with what can be done to treat them.
The symptoms of painful ejaculation vary from man to man. They may also change over time.
Some men only experience symptoms after having sex with a partner, but not when they masturbate.
A few of the most notable symptoms include:
pain during or immediately following ejaculation
pain in or around the penis, bladder, or rectum
pain that begins shortly before or after ejaculation
pain during urination, especially immediately after ejaculating
The pain may last only a few minutes, or for up to 24 hours following ejaculation. It can be mild or very intense.
Causes
A wide range of conditions can cause painful ejaculation.
In most men, pain during ejaculation is due to a medical condition. Sometimes, doctors are unable to find a medical cause. When this occurs, some men may need support in the form of psychotherapy to manage their condition.
Most of the medical literature on painful ejaculation focuses on problems with the prostate. Prostatitis is one common cause.
Men with prostatitis have swelling and inflammation of the prostate. This swelling is often due to a prostate infection. Prostatitis can also be caused by other issues, such as nerve damage or a urinary tract infection (UTI) that damages the prostate.
Men with diabetes are more likely to experience nerve damage that causes prostatitis.
A condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), which causes the prostate to enlarge, may also affect ejaculation. Men with BPH may also experience painful or difficult urination or frequent urges to urinate.
Other prostate problems, including surgery on the prostate and prostate cancer, can also cause painful ejaculation.
Medication
Some medications can cause painful ejaculation. Antidepressants may cause a range of sexual issues, including changes in libido, erectile dysfunction (ED), and painful ejaculation.
Relationship and emotional problems
Depression, anxiety, and stress can radically change a man's sex life. Likewise, problems in a relationship may manifest as physical symptoms, including painful ejaculation.
Men who experience no pain when they masturbate may have painful ejaculation because of emotional or relationship problems.
Painful ejaculation can harm relationships, undermine self-esteem, and turn one of life's pleasures into a source of frustration. It can be a scary experience, but it is nothing to be ashamed of. For most men, it manifests as pain during or immediately following ejaculation.Some men feel embarrassed when ejaculation is painful, but it is a relatively common symptom. It is also highly treatable and can be the first symptom of another problem, such as swelling in the prostate.
Various studies have found that between 1–10 percent of men experience this symptom. As many as 30–75 percent of men with a condition called prostatitis experience pain during ejaculation.
In this article, we examine the symptoms and causes of painful ejaculation, along with what can be done to treat them.
The symptoms of painful ejaculation vary from man to man. They may also change over time.
Some men only experience symptoms after having sex with a partner, but not when they masturbate.
A few of the most notable symptoms include:
pain during or immediately following ejaculationpain in or around the penis, bladder, or rectumpain that begins shortly before or after ejaculationpain during urination, especially immediately after ejaculatingThe pain may last only a few minutes, or for up to 24 hours following ejaculation. It can be mild or very intense.
CausesA wide range of conditions can cause painful ejaculation.
In most men, pain during ejaculation is due to a medical condition. Sometimes, doctors are unable to find a medical cause. When this occurs, some men may need support in the form of psychotherapy to manage their condition.
Most of the medical literature on painful ejaculation focuses on problems with the prostate. Prostatitis is one common cause.
Men with prostatitis have swelling and inflammation of the prostate. This swelling is often due to a prostate infection. Prostatitis can also be caused by other issues, such as nerve damage or a urinary tract infection (UTI) that damages the prostate.
Men with diabetes are more likely to experience nerve damage that causes prostatitis.
A condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), which causes the prostate to enlarge, may also affect ejaculation. Men with BPH may also experience painful or difficult urination or frequent urges to urinate.
Other prostate problems, including surgery on the prostate and prostate cancer, can also cause painful ejaculation.
Medication
Some medications can cause painful ejaculation. Antidepressants may cause a range of sexual issues, including changes in libido, erectile dysfunction (ED), and painful ejaculation.
Relationship and emotional problems
Depression, anxiety, and stress can radically change a man's sex life. Likewise, problems in a relationship may manifest as physical symptoms, including painful ejaculation.
Men who experience no pain when they masturbate may have painful ejaculation because of emotional or relationship problems.

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