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Is abdominal pain caused by sex or masturbation ? Dark urine

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I have been having alot of abdomen pain. right side from my bottom rib down to right groin. It seems to be related to when I masterbate or have intercourse. The pain last for a couple days afterwards and I also have noticed that my urine is very dark golden/yellow afterwards. I also have pain in back at the same location as the pain in the front. I was wondering if it is possible the when masterbating it maybe pulls my urter and kidney? Which is what it feels like. I had an MRI which showed nothing but the cysts. Also had cbc blood work and urine test. All tests came back negative


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replied June 26th, 2007
Sexual Health - Men Answer A2941
It doesn’t seem likely that masturbation or sex can cause such abdominal pain. Masturbation usually can't pull on the ureters or the kidneys. Likewise, neither van liver or kidney cysts cause abdominal pain. Therefore the cysts can’t explain the abdominal pain you describe...unless they are complicated with infection or rupture. You can consult an internist (internal medicine specialist) for an expert opinion and advice.




















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