In our early 20’s my husband and I would make love 3-4 times a day. Approximately 3 yrs ago, I discovered my husband was keeping a secret. He was experiencing severe testicles (male gonads or blue balls symptoms) pain in his scrotum. When an testes aching pain episode would occur, these spider like swelling varicocele varicose viens would appear and testicles in his scrotum would pull extremely close to his body. The testes pain in his genitalia reproductive organs would subside eventually.
I finally talked him into seeing a urologist about his testicular problem. He freaked out during the visit! The prostate exam involved a rectal exam…he wasn’t having it! He walked out of the doctor’s office and never returned.
Needless to say, our sex life suffered. It dwindled to making love once a month!!! As a woman, I am an extrememly sexual person and love to have orgasms for that pinnacle of sexual pleasure.
He never communicated the testicles pain problem to me. So I asked a hundred different reasons WHY we were not having sexual intercourse flew into my mind. I hope it is not testicles cancer of the testicles. Is there some testes self exam ortesticular testing he can do to find out more about the testicles pain problem?
When a man becomes sexually aroused, blood flows into his genitals including the testicles (or balls) and his penis becomes erected (hard). When he climaxes and if he ejaculates with seminal fluid, the blood flows out of his genitalia more quickly than if he does not ejaculate. The testicles aching pain men feel when they have been sexually aroused but have not ejaculated is sometimes called “blue balls” because of the presents of blood still in the testicles. Although blue balls can feel painfull, the testicles aching pain goes away after awhile when the excess blood has drained out of the genitalia.
If a man is extremely uncomfortable, he can masturbate (or ask his partner to masturbate him) to orgasm. However, there is no danger and no pain if he does not reach orgasm.
It could be serious. In any case, it’s important that he should see a Urlogist doctor for a exam. Locate a doctor near you in the USA