Burning Sensation After Masturbation

Human reproductive organs are highly sensitive. The male penis is greatly sensitive to any changes. The restricted urethral passage also forces the penis to be highly sensitive. Any restrictions, infections or other such disturbances can cause the penis to have penis burns. Most people directly associate penis burns with STDs (sexually transmitted diseases). However, not every penis burn indicates the presence of STDs. Rather, most cases of penis burn are not STDs at all but simple stimulations of the penis that have “got out of hand?

The most common problem that the young male adult population will relate to is the presence of a burning sensation after masturbation. This burning sensation may occur every time or only sometimes after masturbation. Most young males who experience penis burns after masturbation will start to worry that they have somehow been infected with an STD. Gossip and scary tales of someone that your friend knew contracting an STD after masturbation often compound the problem. Moreover, the embarrassment felt by most individuals when discussing such matters causes the condition to go from bad to worse before any real action is taken.

A burning sensation after masturbation felt by most individuals is the result of poor techniques being used. Naturally, masturbation is not highly discussed or taught so individuals will tend to try out anything, using any technique that they can think of. Generally if the tip of the penis is stimulated for far too long and with the application of force, the chances of penis burns increase significantly. After ejaculation, the individual will feel a burning sensation in the tip of the penis. However, as soon as they pee, the burning sensation will subside. There may be an urge to pee again but this results in nothing more than a few drops of pee. This collection of pee should be discharged as soon as possible and the genital region should be washed after that. The burning sensation will disappear and will not reappear unless you masturbate too vigorously again.

Another common problem is unwisely using soap as a lubricant while masturbating. The use of a lubricant is a good idea but soap can often enter the tip of the urethra and cause unwanted irritation inside the urethral passage. The skin inside the urethral passage is highly sensitive and exposure to soap causes it to react. As the opening of the urethral passage is restricted, so the soap often lines the tip of the penis. Therefore, if you are using soap for masturbation, try not to get any of it into your penis.

However, if a burning sensation in your penis persists for more than a few days, then it is best to see a professional immediately. The presence of penis burns for more than a few days often signals STDs. You need to take care of your “family jewels?and should see an urologist immediately.