My husband is 61 and has arthritis in the spine. He has pain in the groin area for days after making love.
He also has trouble getting and keeping a penis erection.
Not a candidate for viagra pills.
The doctor says pain may be caused from Prostatitis symptoms? We need help with these problems.
Guys Prostatitis Symptoms and causes, when present, can include fever, chills, urinary frequency, frequent urination at night, difficulty in urinating, burning or painful urination, perineal and low-back pain, joint or muscle pain, tender or swollen prostate, blood in the urine, or painful ejaculation.
Other conditions may mimic the symptoms of prostatitis – urethritis (an inflammation of the urethra), and prostatodynia (painful prostate). Patients with prostatodynia have pain in the pelvis or in the perineum.
That arthritis is a pain, as I well know. I hope your husband is taking medication for it. If not, I highly recommend that he speed to his doctor for his/her recommendation. For myself, the best one for me is Voltarin. It has helped my back and also the arthritis in my hand. I also take Tylenol. That pain your husband has in the groin area after sexual intercourse is very concerning. I would follow up on the prostatitis symptoms though.