A man may become so frustrated by this pain that he starts to avoid sex. His relationship with his partner may suffer as a result. Many men with painful ejaculation experience depression and anxiety.
Prostatitis – inflammation of the prostate gland, which is involved with semen production
Orchitis – inflammation of one of both testes, the glands that make sperm
Urethritis – inflammation of urethra, the tube that semen passes through when a man ejaculates.
Sexually-transmitted infections – such as trichomoniasis
Pelvic Conditions and Treatments
Lower pelvic surgery – such as radical prostatectomy (removal of the prostate)
Nerve damage in the penis – such as from an injury or complications of diabetes.
Chronic pain in the pelvis
Blockages in the ejaculatory system – from cysts or stones
Sexual problems can affect both you and your partner. If you don’t talk about it, your partner may come to some erroneous conclusions about your relationship. That’s why open communication is crucial. Make an appointment to see your general physician if you have painful ejaculation. A physical examination and a few tests may be all you need to get to the root of the problem.