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Kulturkampf Kulturkampf is offline
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Old Nov 19th, 2007, 10:39 AM        Kultural Men's Sexual Health Question.
I have a friend who engaged in an amount of unprotected sex with his girlfriend. During these sexual activities, all went well and a condom was eventually placed on before the climax was reached.

The sex was rough, carnal, and there was violence of action. There was real excitement, it was described, at the condomless sex.

The next day his dick felt the strains of the sex, and he felt odd tingling sensations inside of the balls. However, there was no burning sensation during urine. During the next few days of urinations only once was a slight burn felt, but it was more of a burn akin to immediate urination after masturbation.

Over the last few days (it has been 6 days) the odd feeling has come only very seldomly and has almost stopped. He thinks perhaps the only times the feeling comes it is psychological.

He feels OK, though, because he feels more of an aching in the thighs and rectal area, now, and almost no aching of the sexual organ.

But here is the million dollar question: could it be possible that this man has a STD, or is it just the result of amazing sexual adventure?

If the man has an STD he is upset, but not in a vindictive fashion knowing that indeed his woman (and himself) had sexual lives previous to the current. But needless to say, being burnt by your girl is never a good thought.

One more detail: the weather has gotten very cold over the last few days and my friend is in the Army thus has been out a lot and working out. Is it possible that strange testicular feelings can be produced by sudden shift of weather as well?

Have any gentlemen on this forum ever experienced similar things and can contribute to the bank of knowledge concerning men's sexual health?
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