The pleasure that comes with release has been described as transcendent, filling a man's body with such signals of pleasure that he's absolutely incapable of doing anything at all until the feeling passes. For some men, however, that pleasure is marred by unpleasant signals from a sore male organ. When these men reach the height of pleasure, they also feel intense pain, and sometimes, the pain is so acute that they actually avoid intimate encounters in the future. While a doctor should always be involved in cases like this, some men find that male organ care also plays a role in making pain abate.
As an intimate encounter progresses, a man's body goes through several preparatory phases that allow his male organ to transition from a urine-removal to a seed-delivery device. Valves shut off, liquids are created and tension builds. At each little stage of the process, something can go wrong. Some men develop valve difficulties that allow seed to mix with the contents of the bladder, for example, while others develop blockages that don't allow liquids to leave the body at all. Any of these difficulties could cause the sensation of pain to grow and blossom.
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The male organ can also be impacted by its exposure during intimacy. Sensitive tissues might be exposed to irritating perfumes or other chemicals, for example, or partners might have hidden colonies of yeast that are looking for a new host to infect. These conditions can also cause male organ pain, and while that discomfort might be present most of the time, it might seem most acute after release.
What to Do
When painful releases strike, it's best to see a doctor right away. That professional might use a variety of tests to diagnose the problem, including:
• A visual exam
• Palpation of the male organ and pelvic area
• Culture of the urine
• Culture of seed
The doctor might also be able to track the pain back to medications, as some prescription medications have been linked to male organ pain after releases in some men.
Getting proper care is vital, as some of these conditions can be quickly and effectively treated when they're caught early and dealt with via medications and therapy. Leaving them alone could allow them to get worse, so it's important that men act quickly.
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At Home Care
If the medical exam is clear and the pain persists, relaxation techniques may be helpful. Some men tighten up their muscles in anticipation of pain each and every time they have relations, and this knotted mass of muscle makes release difficult or even impossible. Learning how to breathe deeply, relaxing the muscles and allowing the fluid to flow, may help men to resist the urge to tighten and work against the needs of their bodies.
Men with release pain may also need to give their damaged tissues a few days to heal, especially if the discomfort was caused by irritation or infection. Allowing the tissues to knit together without the added pressure of an intimate encounter could allow a deeper sensation of healing to take hold, while jumping right back into action could cause yet more inflammation and yet more pain.