Sore testicles after sex

Duration: 5min 25sec Views: 282 Submitted: 09.06.2020
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Even if you're fortunate enough to never get kicked in the balls , there are other reasons you might feel some soreness down there. When you feel pain in your testicles, you might immediately think testicular cancer. But in fact, most cases of testicular cancer are painless — and are usually detected through a lump instead, Dr. Brahmbhatt says. So, then, what is causing your painful balls?

8 Reasons Your Balls Hurt

Testicle Pain: Causes, Complications, and Treatment

Blue balls, known medically as epididymal hypertension EH , is a condition that can affect people with male genitals. Most men do not get EH frequently. When people with male sexual organs are aroused, the blood vessels to the penis and testicles expand to allow a greater volume of blood flow. Over time, this blood causes the penis to expand and stiffen, leading to an erection. The testicles also increase in size, causing them to feel heavier. Typically, this blood is released after orgasm or as a result of a decreased physical arousal.

Guide to Epididymal Hypertension (Blue Balls)

Blue balls is the slang term for epididymal hypertension. It refers to aching or painful testicles, which some people may experience after sexual arousal that does not result in orgasm. This symptom occurs because blood builds up in the testicles during arousal, causing them to ache if the person remains aroused for too long. Although blue balls may be uncomfortable, it does not usually last long.
We include products we think are useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this page, we may earn a small commission. Testicles are egg-shaped reproductive organs located in the scrotum. Pain in the testicles can be caused by minor injuries to the area.