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teenage_guy
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Hey,

I am 19 years old, and have had sex with my girlfriend about 10 days back. We had sex for a period of 5 days, not continuously though. However during the last time, both of us got pretty rough but we still did it. After that time, i have started to feel a little pain in my penis. it was pretty bad for 3 days and i couldnt get proper erections. but its better now and i can ejaculate too like i used to. but still there is a slight pain that lingers down there when i try to move my penis on either sides.

Help me with this!

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Hi Teenage guy,

Just wondering, did you use lubricant when you were having sex? It can help reduce friction and stop any "roughness" occurring.

If the pain continues you should talk to your doctor, but it's likely just friction.

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Hi Rebecca,

No, as a matter of fact we didnt use lubrication. If thats the reason why the penis feels some pain while movement on either sides, then i am much relieved :-)

Thanks a lot!

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I agree with Rebecca that it was from friction. Also, the pain would be the reason for not being able to have normal erections and especially for having problems with reaching ejaculation. In the future, pain is the bodies why of telling you that something is wrong and what ever action(s) causing it should stop. If things continue to hurt after the cause has stopped, then that area needs a chance to heal. This is especially true with very sensitive areas like the genitals.

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