Poll: How sensitive are your symptoms to sex?

General discussion of male pelvic pain
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Do you get flareups from sexual arousal alone (i.e. even without orgasm)?

Yes
8
29%
No, but I do get flareups after having an orgasm
13
46%
No/other
7
25%
 
Total votes: 28

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Poll: How sensitive are your symptoms to sex?

Post by kevin » Fri May 28, 2010 7:42 am

My pelvic pain symptoms get worse after any amount of sexual arousal, even if it's just looking at a racy picture for 10 seconds. Curious if anyone el...login to view the rest of this post
Started: Spring 2003; high urinary frequency and pain associated with bladder filling; urinary hesitancy and mild dribbling after urination; pubic/prostate/perineal discomfort; Helped by: Afrin nasal spray, Cymbalta (these meds help me if taken 3 days straight), hydrocodone (small doses), distraction, eliminating wheat/gluten from diet. Makes worse: sex.
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