What Causes Painful Orgasm Spasms?
What causes painful orgasm spasms? If you have ever experienced pain after orgasm or ejaculation then you might be curious as to what the cause might be. Dyspareunia or sexual pain is more common in women but there are many causes in men. If you experience any kind of pain from orgasm, you should discuss it with your doctor.
The most common cause for sexual pain is an infection in or near one of the sexual organs. Infections of the prostate, bladder or seminal vesicles can cause intense itching and burning that normally follow ejaculation. These sensations can irritate the area further and even cause painful orgasms spasms.
Sexually transmitted diseases such as Gonorrheal can also cause painful orgasm spasms. Gonorrheal infections usually cause burning sensations or sharp shooting pains in the penis after orgasm.
Post-ejaculatory pain syndrome is a rare form of dyspareunia that is known to cause persistent painful orgasm spasms. The painful orgasm spasms will be either sharp stabbing or burning. They can occur before, after or even during ejaculation. Like other types of dyspareunia the pain is usually brief but it will be very intense and reoccurring. The cause of this could be a pelvic floor disorder.
Many men experience painful orgasm spasms at least once in their life. Sometimes the cause is just simple inflammation from over activity or one of the causes above. While the pain is brief you should always mention it to your doctor during your next check up. If the pain is intense or persistent then you should call your doctor to schedule an examination.