Feeling pain in the genital region
Sometimes a male can feel pain coming from his testicles, but there is nothing wrong with them. (Severe pain might be a medical emergency and should be checked out by a doctor.) This is especially true if the pain seems to alternate between testicles. Quite often the pain is prostatodynia, originating in the prostate gland. The prostate gland is very sensitive to the frequency of ejaculation. Ejaculating more often or less often than usual can put a strain on the prostate gland. For best results, a male should ejaculate regularly and evenly. For example, if he is to ejaculate seven times a week, it is better if it happens once a day instead of three times on Friday and four times on Saturday and then nothing the rest of the week.
In case of unexplained pain in the genitals that has no apparent medical cause, a male can do the following:
- Reduce ejaculatory frequency to three times a week
- Take a daily anti-inflammatory (aspirin, ibuprofen)
- Soak the genital region in hot water nightly
- Eliminate caffeine
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