When sexually excessive arousal, men experience an unpleasant symptom — testicular pain. This symptom can be long-term or short-term, and can vary in intensity.
Testicular pain is a natural physiological process in men. In men, sexual arousal irritates the nerve endings in the brain and lumbar spinal cord, which are responsible for erections. As a result of such processes, the flow of testosterone into the blood increases, leading to vasodilation. An increase in blood volume contributes to the filling of the corpora cavernosa of the penis, leading to its enlargement and increase in size.
In men, with prolonged abstinence, the vessels in the small pelvis become dense, their elasticity decreases, which together with the large amount of blood in the cavernous bodies, which pushes the testis membrane with excitement, leads to pain syndrome that usually resolves a few hours after intercourse with ejaculation.
The main causes of pain
This can be caused by physiological and pathological:
- excessive excitement;
- when there was no sex for a long time;
- infectious diseases;
- formation of neoplasms;
- pathology of the urogenital organs;
- circulatory disorders;
- groin hernia;
- epididymal cyst;
- anatomical disorders;
- torsion of the spermatine cord;
- pathologies associated with nerve plexuses.
Unsatisfied excitement can cause the testicles to swell due to blood buildup. Prolonged lack of ejaculation can cause pulling pain, but is not a health hazard.
The pain can be caused by:
- interrupted intercourse;
- gastrointestinal pathologies;
- Neurological disorders.
Underwear can cause discomfort. Wearing genital compression models is not recommended. It is better to refuse underwear made of synthetic materials. It is advisable not to wear tight jeans or pants.
Symptoms of excessive excitement include a condition that is observed under severe psychological stress. A person is disturbed by thoughts that prevent him from living a normal life.
Nervous tension negatively affects your mood and general well-being. All of these factors increase the likelihood of developing stress or depression that affects all parts of the body. Psychological stress in this case is a consequence of the urgent need to shed an extra burden. But for a number of reasons, a person is deprived of this opportunity.
Excitement in men: symptoms
Depending on the nature of the pain and its location (left or right testicles), the competent urologist can make a preliminary diagnosis and understand what is causing the problem.
After intimacy, a man may experience different types of pain, from dull and aching, to acute and systemic pains that may intensify after sex or during normal movement. Thus, scrotal pain may pull strong compression of nerve endings, expressed by tissue edema.
In this case, the main cause of the abnormalities may be venereal disease, inflammation in the appendages, or some urogenital diseases. When men are ready for sex, certain physiological processes begin to develop in it.
But sometimes the body has already managed to get aroused and overly aroused without having started sexual intercourse. This condition is prolonged caresses, foreplay or a woman refusing to make love at this moment.
Excessive arousal is not the norm, as this condition is usually characterized by the following symptoms:
- Pain in the lower abdomen and scrotum;
- Unpleasant feeling in the penis;
- Sometimes excessive excitement is accompanied by mild nausea and throbbing pain in the back of the head.
If this is just the beginning of the pathological phenomenon, the symptoms may be absent. Usually, signs of excessive excitement feel after a certain amount of time (for each person, this moment is created differently). But if you don’t pay attention to such a condition, ejaculation may simply disappear in the future. Therefore, it is better not to perform such "experiments", but to consult a urologist for help.
When to see a doctor?
If testicular pain persists, experts advise you to contact an Androlong or a urologist. These are doctors who treat various diseases of the genitals. Get medical attention immediately if you have any of the following symptoms:
- sufficiently long and increasing pain in the scrotum;
- pain when touched;
- sharp pain in the testicles;
- various changes in the forms of the genitals;
- changes in the shape and size of the testicles;
- pains causing nausea and fever.
What to do if you are too excited?
After a long period of excessive arousal, intercourse causes relief - the pain in the lumbar region disappears within 3-4 hours. If this does not happen, the man should seek specialist advice. The fight against excessive arousal begins with diagnosing the cause of a delicate problem.
If rapid ejaculation is the result of a person’s long abstinence, natural intercourse or masturbation will help. In the presence of emotional problems, you need to talk to a sexologist and psychologist who will teach you how to switch from everyday problems and control your body and emotions.
To look for pathological problems, the urologist-andrologist talks to a man and finds out what symptoms accompany excessive arousal. He then palpates the scrotum and pelvic organs, examining the penis. Ultrasound examination of the male genitalia is required to obtain a detailed image. In case of suspicion of inflammatory diseases, a general and bacteriological analysis of urine and blood should be provided to help identify the pathogen of the disease and its resistance to antibiotic therapy.
If necessary, a man may be referred for further diagnosis:
- Analysis of urine;
- Blood test to study hormone levels.
Men 's sexual arousal or prolonged contact causes genital dysfunction. This can damage the eggs and reduce the pleasure of intimacy. To avoid such consequences during the foreplay, a woman does not have to intensely arouse her partner, is not ready to have sex, and a man does not have to hesitate to use masturbation to get rid of the unpleasant feelings of the law.