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3242115 tn?1447004766

Please help!

Anytime my boyfriend and I have sex, after ejaculating he seems to be in pain, he grunts and looks like he is in a lot of pain when taking it out and afterwards he still appears to be in pain for a few minutes. I am unsure if it is a burning sensation or actual pain he is feeling as I feel like it is not my place to ask about it unless he is open about it. I am wondering what could cause something like that to happen, if it is something serious or if it something some men just experience.

I've been with other men before him and none of them had this, what appears to be a symptom of some sort, that is why I am starting to question if there is an underlining reason for this happening.

Any information or any idea as to what could be going on please let me know..

Thank you,
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Try to ask your boyfriend if he is okay now or in the future, if he looks and sounds to be in pain.  When a guy ejaculates, it is usually very pleasurable, but a guy may look pained and grunt or groan because the orgasm is so powerful and involves a very sensitive part of the body.    
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3242115 tn?1447004766
Okay, I didn't quite think of that either.  But I do remember when I asked him about it the first time he said it was very sensitive, I'll have to ask again as to what it feels like in particular, I cannot remember for certain if he said it was painful or if it was just his facial expressions and body language I read that made it seem so.

Thank you for the advice.

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After I ejaculate my penis head is very sensitive also. Where I just want to stop all action for about a minute.
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That is what its starting to sound like, just more of a sensitivity thing.  Hopefully that is it and nothing more.  Thanks for your input.
1667242 tn?1487950547
This could be epidydimitis. You need to talk o him about it because he may need treatment.
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Okay, thank you for letting me know, I will talk to him more about it to see what exactly is going on, I know he is not one to want to go to the doctors but if it is something that needs treatment I'll make sure he gets seen by someone.
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