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i have pain in my leftside waist. after masturbation or when i finish my sex. while orgasm. i went to a lot of doctor. took a lot of medicine. now i stopped going to doctor. also i used to eat a lot spicy food . doctor said, don't eat too much spicy food. i used have a lot of sex with difrent girl. i told my all doctors everything. sometime i feel like some kind of wrong massage injured my leftside muscles. sometime i feeel, oever sex have damaged my sexual organs. i really don't know whats going on inside. i am afraid to have sex now. sometime i have leftside testicles painful. i took many tablets for urine infeactions and so on. i am 40 years old. i don't fell any other problems. theres terrible pain sometime in that above mentioned place. what to do ? while orgasm so painful.

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replied December 2nd, 2009
You should, perhaps, see a urologist in consultation.

Sincerely/ Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS

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