painful ejaculation

Painful ejaculation is usually caused by the inflammation of prostate (prostatitis), testicles (orchitis), or urethra (urethritis). Most common of all is prostatis.
 
Prostatits actuates the growth of the prostate, the small, sac-like organ used for producing the alkaline solution semen use for swimming.  When the prostate becomes inflamed, it presses on the bladder, causing men to go to the bathroom more often.
 
Aside from the extra trips to the restroom, Prostatits can make ejaculation painful. What was once a euphoric experience may turn into a dreadful one. Men suffering from painful ejaculations may want to take herbal formula for prostatis to help quell the problem.

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I notice painful ejaculations. Is that a normal sign of prostate enlargement?
by Dudeanospo on Mon, 11/24/2014 - 15:53
1 10 by Holden Chen
Tue, 11/25/2014 - 15:47
Prostate Enlargement / Prostatitis
urethral pain from masturbating with marijuana, help!
by chris88 on Tue, 01/01/2013 - 23:48
2 1,169 by Neil 284
Sat, 04/13/2013 - 23:10
Penis Curvature, Pain & Injury

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