"Ejaculatory pain is a very painful thing for male friends, and it can make a previously good thing start to get worse. For pathologists, ejaculatory pain also often means that it is a signal of abnormalities in the body.". Many reasons can lead to ejaculatory pain, and the specific symptoms vary, which is often used in clinical judgment. Let's take a look at the different manifestations of ejaculatory pain caused by different causes.
Anatomically, if there are no problems with the ejaculatory tube or urethra, there will be no sensation of ejaculatory pain. If there are three strictures in the urethra, one at the outlet of the prostate, and one within the glans. If there is trauma, causing nodules in the penis, it will compress the ejaculatory tube, and painful stimulation will also occur during ejaculation. There is no direct relationship between ejaculation pain and the amount of sperm. In itself, if ejaculation pain is on the glans, it is a localized problem. If there is reflective pain, it is no more than several major organs, one is the prostate, one is the seminal vesicle, one is the testicle, and one is the epididymis.
Urinary and genital tract infections are the most common cause of ejaculatory pain in men, including cystitis. These infections can cause local tissue congestion and swelling, and lower pain thresholds. A series of rhythmic contractions during ejaculation is a mechanical stimulus to inflammatory lesions, often accompanied by severe pain during ejaculation. In addition, inflammation and epididymitis can also cause ejaculatory pain, which is due to the pain caused by their own pathological changes, as well as secretion and excretion, which increasingly exacerbates the pain. Some patients may experience painful ejaculation.
Malignant tumors of the male genitourinary organs often cause ejaculatory pain. "When tumors occur in the testis and epididymis, the pressure generated by sexual activity, as well as the rotation and elevation of the testis, can cause pain. However, the nature of the pain is relatively mild, often presenting as dull pain or soreness." Although there are few opportunities for tumors to occur in the seminal vesicle and vas deferens, the progression of the lesion is mostly insidious, and such pain should be a warning signal that should be taken seriously.
Urinary tract stones are common diseases in men. Bladder stones in the lower urinary tract and ureteral stones can cause ejaculatory pain. This is because stones are hard foreign bodies that cause pain due to the contraction and peristalsis of local soft tissue during ejaculation, which compresses the stones. Severe urinary tract stones can lead to secondary infections, exacerbating pain.
Common pain symptoms include:
1. Genital inflammation. Experts point out that men suffer from ejaculatory pain, often coexisting with some genital inflammation. The common diseases are male prostatitis, seminal vesiculitis, posterior urethritis, and other diseases.
2. Stone manifestations. After suffering from some urinary tract stone diseases, men may also experience pain and discomfort due to the compression of gland stones during ejaculation. Therefore, men suffer from some urinary stones, which is also one of the symptoms of prostate pain.
3. Other disease manifestations. Other male diseases are also one of the symptoms of male prostatitis. Common ones are: tuberculosis of the genitourinary system, urethral polyps, and penile sclerosis.