I have a question regarding masturbation and pain.
Okay so before I masturbated I needed to use the washroom badly and someone was taking a shower, and I was lazy to go to either the other 2 free bathrooms. Well my urine, then went once my roommate was done. After, I felt a little pain on my lower left side, beside my hip. Well, I ignored it and put lube on my sex toy and used it, I hardly went inside and I felt a horrible pain, not inside of me, but beside my hip, a throbbing feeling.
I stopped after I couldn't enjoy. It hurts to sit down or get up now or move a certain way. I have no idea what had happened.
I am in pain from it not to the point I need to get to a hospital, pain that I can deal with. I also refuse to take any pain medication or anti inflammatory medication for it. I wont for the fact of misuse a few months ago almost resulted me in death, since then haven't touched a signal pill that's over the counter.
Is there anything I could do? Why would this happen? What would cause this? Can this be a UTI infection? But, minutes after I used the washroom, then I used my sex toy, would cause pain? Can holding my urine for about an hour result in pain like this, it's been about 2 hours since it happened.
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I don't think that it is possible to do a precise diagnosis of what caused the pain over the internet, unfortunately.
But have you spoken to or seen a doctor about this? If it happens again, it would probably be a good idea to talk to your doctor.
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SansNom is right; we can't diagnose over the Internet.
What we do know is that there ar a lot of muscles and nerves in the pelvic area and that having a full bladder for a while can stretch and strain things in uncomfortable ways.
Glad to hear the pain went away.
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