Last night I had sex with someone. I didn't experience an orgasm because it takes me a while to find a rythm with someone, but after a few hours of rubbing against her and having sex, my testicles are quite sore and uncomfortable. This has occurred regularly since I first started having sex.
I have read that gonorrhea can cause one's testicles to become sore but I don't think I have any STD's, and I had sore testes with my first girlfriend after she had laid on me for a while (I'd never had sex with anyone at that stage).
Any help would be appreciated; I don't know if this is normal, but it's very uncomfortable. I wonder if it might have something to do with not coming as well; a while ago I went on a date with a girl and walked around all day with an erection, and I had the same pain.
Sounds like what your're describing is the old "blue ball" syndrome. Once your friend is excited and stays that way after stimulation but doesn't finish with ejaculation, he's pretty upset! The cure is simple, masturbate and get the release so the job is done. Perfectly normal, we've all been there!
Thanks for replying, feel much more at ease with it now. I'm curious, did it take either of you a while to accustom yourselves to the movement that stimulated you to ejaculate? I'm pretty new to sex and it's not quite like I imagined it <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/wink.gif">
bort, you made me laugh. I wish I were a bit in your situation. My wife has a hard time having an orgasm vaginally so lasting long enough for her to orgasm is very difficult sometimes. She likes hard thrusting but it feels very good to me too so I have to stop often. You'll find your rythm. If you've satisfied your girl, then do whatever it takes to get yourself off.
OH yeah! Unfortunately we weren't born with any specifics on exactly how the equipment works, just that it does. It takes two people working together to really get things right. And by the way, right for you and your partner is probably different than right for me and my wife! It'll take some time so just work together and communicate, let each other know what's working and what's not! You'll be just fine! Remember too that a vagina and your masturbation habits are much different. Your hand is much more easy to control, grip, speed, intensity etc. So that plays a role here also!