Prostate Health


Prostatodynia  | What Is Prostatodynia

How Is Prostatodynia Caused | Prostatodynia Pain

Prostatodynia(‘prostatic pain’). In some cases the prostate may be too sensitive, even painful, without an infection present: there are regular vague pains in the lower abdomen, groin or around the anus, which may be worse just before ejaculation, or just after, or have nothing to do with it. Just like a sensitive stomach can cause pains during periods of high tension at work or at home (‘acid burning’), the region of the prostate (i.e. prostate, bladder, urethra and testicle) can get irritated during stress, and cause pain. Usually, at examination nothing wrong can be found with bladder or prostate, although prostatodynia is probably more often seen in men, who have had a prostatitis.