My boyfriend is 55 years old. He did not have intercourse for over a year and when he began again just a few months ago, at the point of climax he has pain that lasts through the climax and for several minutes afterwards. The ejaculation is not thick and it is a creamy white so we are concerned about this, but his insurance does not kick in for a bit yet which is why he had not told me sooner. He also has difficulty maintaining his erection but we don't know it that is psychological because he knows it will hurt or physical. We have tried a couple of different non-Yohimbe containing meds for this that have had no real effect. What is your best guess on diagnosis and prognosis without having a medical exam.
Hi Shannonlee welcome to the forum. `I am sure your boyfriend is distressed over his condition. However there is no way to diagnose over the INTERNET. He truly needs to see a urologist who can examine , diagnose and treat the problem. Trying over the counter herbs and other potions will only delay getting real treatments. Hope he makes an appointment so he and you can enjoy a better sex life.
I had similar issues. It turned out to be prostatitis... a low grade infection in the prostate. Difficult to detect and diagnose specifically. Cure usually is an antibiotic. sometimes for several months. I affects males, usually over 40, who sit for long periods of time. Although I seem to have some other issues going on, the painful ejaculations, the thick ejaculate, sometimes a fishy odor... that all cleared up. Time to see the urologist. . .
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