Q: I am 38, and in a good relationship, but my partner often travels with his work. Sometimes, I miss him being around at night when I feel a little sexy. My girlfriends keep telling me I need a vibrator, but, as a good Catholic girl, I feel too guilty to masturbate. I even find the word gross. They tell me that it is perfectly natural, and that some doctors even recommend it.
Does my boyfriend have urethritis? - Chicago Tribune
This post is part of Mashable's Masturbation Week. May is National Masturbation Month, so we're celebrating by exploring the many facets of self-love. Cast your mind back to the last time you cracked one out, knocked one off, rubbed one out, masturbated — whatever you call it. You may well have noticed a few rather curious physiological responses that occurred in addition to your own personal pleasure party. Things like getting a rash across your chest after you come, one of your testes ascending while you're jacking off, or not being able to pee afterwards. Granted, we're often far too preoccupied with our own arousal to pay heed to a lot of these little biological quirks. But, have you ever wondered why they happen?
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My boyfriend has had pain during urination and ejaculation. We have been only with each other for the past year, and neither of us have STDs. The information I have found on the Internet makes me believe he may have urethritis.