Dr. Richards,

I am a 20 year old male who has been experiencing some rather intense pelvic area pain after erections. I have had these pains for the past 5 years but never brought them up to a doctor before because they only seem to last for an hour or so and are usually alleviated by resting in a lying position. These pains usually occur after I have had an intimate experience and sustain an erection for more than 3 minutes. The intensity of the pelvic pain seems to increase the longer my erection is. It doesn’t occur after intercourse… simply after a session of intimacy. However, this pain never occurs after masturbation. The pain can sometimes be rather intense, preventing me from walking. The pain is usually located in my inner thighs around my testicles and sometimes feels like the pain is actually under and around my testicles. The pain also sometimes spreads to my lower back area. Laying down or sleeping for a few hours usually gets rid of the pain… should I be concerned about this? Is there anything I can do to ease the pain or treat this issue?

I would be very appreciative of any feedback as I am a very worried about this issue ( I want to have intimate moments without having to feel the immense pain that comes with it afterwards). Thank you very much.

A psychological excitation accompanied with erection will lead to numerous biochemical conversions and for heightened dopamine, epinephrine, norepinephrine, histamine, glutamate, NO, oxytocin, and prostaglandin E2 levels.

The acute pain is a sympathetic nervous over-shooting response as a result of weak serotonin and GABA nervous control on parasympathetic functions and increased stress and inflammatory hormone production in the adrenergic receptors of the local sympathetic nerves. Androgen hormonal deficiency or borderline levels, as well as local arterial constriction as a response to the inflammation, may also lead to blood stagnation in the area.

The pain goes away through a stabilization of the parasympathetic response and androgen hormones’ lowered consumption.

“Should I be concerned about this? Is there anything I can do to ease the pain or treat this issue?”

There are many men who suffer from similar conditions through individual gene expressions. One should be concerned, since it is indicative of not so smooth individual response to external and internal irritants. There is a connection between similar pelvic sex induced pains to a heart attack occurrences in senior citizens.

“Is there anything I can do to ease the pain or treat this issue?”

Yes, a combination of Multi-Alpha, Alpha-Amino, 5HTP-Nettle, GRB6-GABA, and Ultra-Purified-FishOil will better nervous and endocrine functioning, aid nervous modulation on stress and inflammatory hormones release, help the parasympathetic nervous function dominate over the sympathetic nervous function, increase androgen hormones production for parasympathetic recharge, better hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal-testicular function, and increase local prostaglandin E1 E3 and NO for tissue elasticity.

You should also massage the affected areas to improve the local blood circulation.