Anyone who can help. I'm 22. For the past week and a half I have been feeling a pinching sensation in the tip of penis near the end of ejaculating. It only lasts while the semen is still coming out for those few seconds but it is frustrating and uncomfortable nonetheless. I went to a urologist a few days ago and he checked me out and ruled out STDs, prostatitis, or anything wrong with my penis. He said that it seems like my semen ducts are just strained (?) but it's common and temporary and will probably go away on its own. He told me to take Motrin an hour before having sex or masturbating. However, the pain doesn't seem to be leaving anytime soon and it's made any sexual activity daunting and nerve-wreaking.
Has anyone else experienced? Is there anything you did that helped this problem?
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