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Painful ejaculation after circumcision


So it has been 1 month after I got circumsized. I tried masturbating 3 times, once after 15 days, once after 22 days and once after 30 days. All of the ejaculations was painful, it was as if the semen would get stuck in the urethra mid through and it would pressure both the urethra and primarily the glans.

Keep in mind that I have hypersensitivity, meaning that I can't touch the glans, I keep wearing gauzes and I masturbate only from the shaft.

Is this normal? Or should I look it up?

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You’re running a bit early on activity. Most doctors suggest at least 6 weeks before sex/masturbation to give all of the swelling both inside and out to go away. The outside may look fine but deep tissue is likely still swollen. I know it’s difficult but leave him alone for another couple weeks and I think you’ll find that you won’t have the issue anymore.

I had circumcision 3 weeks ago. I am also having the exact same problem. When i clench erect penis, i also feel like too much pressure is building in glans. I thought initially that it is because of dorsal(surface) veins being cut, and blood is not being able to scape from the glans. Still not being able to figure out what is the exact problem. But with time I am feeling that the pain is getting reduced. I asked my doctor about it, but he said after some time the pain will go away.

Please let me know if something improve on your side.

Is your vein also being cut? Mine was very long and use to strangle with forskn, so doctor has cut and knot it.

Clay237 in reply to User124

Same here. And it cleared up in the upcoming weeks.

User124 in reply to Clay237

This is a good news. Thanks

Statham in reply to User124

The pain is not as bad as the first time so I guess that's good. Thanks for your time

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mikeski1956 in reply to Hidden

what medical symbol is that never saw one like that

OsidgeModerator in reply to mikeski1956

The snake up a staff is a common healthcare provider symbol.

mikeski1956 in reply to Osidge

well you live and learn, can't say as I've ever seen it

OsidgeModerator in reply to mikeski1956


Asclepius is the god of Healing. He is the son of Apollo (god of healing, truth, and prophecy) and the nymph Coronis.

While pregnant with Asclepius, Coronis secretly took a second, mortal lover. When Apollo found out, he sent Artemis to kill her. While Coronis burned on the funeral pyre, Apollo felt pity and rescued the unborn child from the corpse. Asclepius was taught about medicine and healing by the wise centaur Cheiron and became so skilled in it that he succeeded in bringing one of his patients back from the dead. Zeus, king of the gods, felt that the immortality of the Gods was threatened and struck down the healer with a thunderbolt. At Apollo’s request, Asclepius was placed among the stars as Ophiuchus, the serpent-bearer.

In the Iliad, Homer mentions Asceplius only as a skillful physician and the father of two Greek doctors at Troy, Machaon, and Podalirius; in later times, however, he was honoured as a hero and eventually worshiped as a god. The cult began in Thessaly but spread to many parts of Greece. Because it was supposed that Asclepius effected cures of the sick in dreams, the practice of sleeping in his temples in Epidaurus in South Greece became common. In 293 B.C. his cult spread to Rome.

Asclepius was frequently represented standing and dressed in a long cloak with bare breast; his usual attribute was a staff with a serpent coiled around it. This staff is the only true symbol of medicine.

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