urgency and inflammation post ejaculation

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I have a complicated bladder history with a few surgeries in the past, but I want to be specific here.

I have urgency to urinate right after I ejaculate. I feel like my prostate, and the internal area between scrotum and anus gets inflamed after the climax. In turn I cant sleep for hours because of the feeling of urgency and pressure in the prostate region. This usually normalises within a day or two and I feel normal again.

Any idea what it could be or what tests my urologist can carry out? thanks in advance

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    Hey Buddy

    The only thing I can think of is that you have a infection. Either prostate or bladder. Before bed or after you have sex. Take a hot bath for about 20 minutes. If your groin area is inflamed this will help that area and the inflammation will go down.

    Good luck......Ken

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    Hey Robert, Kenneth is spot on.

    What you describe is I believe is called Perineum Pain

    This area is close to several nerves, muscles, and organs. Pain is often the result of:

    • Urinary Tract Infection(s) (UTI) - highly likely. This can affect the urethra, bladder, ureters, or kidneys. Symptoms include: an intense and persistent need to urinate, strong-smelling urine and a burning sensation during urination; or
    • it may be a condition called Interstitial Cystitis, a painful bladder condition - less likely.

    Either way, the person who can diagnose this properly is the urologist.

    Good luck to you!

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