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Posted 23 August 2018 - 04:31 PM

I could cry ..im so relieved to feel im not alone have the same symptoms with my IBS flare up .discomfort at the tip of ghe penis..relieved with a bowel motion. Colax tablets are great for gently cleansing tge bowel ..taken overnight...good for IBS bloating, bowel distension especially pain on r anx left side and easier bowel motion.
At the moment experiencing a bad IBS episode and just purchasef more Colax tablets today...cant wait fir the relief to kick in...

Max 5

Posted 03 February 2018 - 01:16 AM

 

I was wondering if any other men with IBS experience some of the same symptoms as I do on a regular basis. Specifically, I would like to know if anyone gets sometimes severe cramping very low down in the abdomen with pain that extends all the way to the tip of the penis. When I get this pain it can last for a few hours but is relieved when I have a bowel movement. I am curious if this something other males have had to deal with and if so what have you done to ease the discomfort. 

 

Thanks for your help.

 

If you're still experiencing the symptoms, I would advise you see a doctor and get an abdominal ct-scan. It would enable the prostate gland to be checked for inflammation or infection which can cause the pain you've described.


Bladimir Lopez

Posted 28 September 2017 - 02:00 AM

I have something similar but my pain stays on the upper part of my abdomen.  It fills like gas trapped right under my lever.  exercise helps but I found that chamomile tea help a lot.    


donsabi

Posted 05 September 2017 - 08:03 PM

I have a similar issue but my pain does not extend into my penis.  My pain is from the top of my right hip down to the right testicle.  I also have relief after a BM but not afterwards the pain returns.   Tonight I had a severe pinching sensation between my right testicle and leg.  No fun.  

When my pain is at it's worst I feel like there is a gas bubble on my right side.  This leads me to believe that there could be something wrong with my ascending colon.  GP says it's IBS.  I have tried gluten free, no help.  Now trying low FODMAPs.  

I am also trying organic beef broth with collagen.  Pepperment tea seems to help too.  


Barney71

Posted 08 August 2017 - 09:38 AM

Yeah, huge impact for me had diet and after I sorted it out with my doctor my situation definitely improved. Not that they completely disappeared, but were much less frequent. Please tell us how you eat, for everyone works something different so I would also advise you to contact a doctor, preferably a specialist in this field. Good consultation and help is worth any money.


Akn1965

Posted 19 June 2017 - 10:25 PM

If it relieves after bowel movement the cramping or symptoms before the call of nature radiating to that region.
Thanks

daak

Posted 18 June 2017 - 07:11 AM

I do not have such pain but what you describe is actually explained by how the nerve network is structured.

Its the same nerves that goes from our low abdomen to the penis so that's just the pain traveling ( just like back pain can radiate through the head).

 

In general i find that gas pain is relieved on the long term by exercise, so maybe you could try that.

For instant relief you could try charcoal as it has a good reputation for gas pain.

 

If its not gas it can be from a spasm, which also is relieved by exercise.

How's your diet ?


baseballfan67

Posted 26 May 2017 - 06:39 PM

I was wondering if any other men with IBS experience some of the same symptoms as I do on a regular basis. Specifically, I would like to know if anyone gets sometimes severe cramping very low down in the abdomen with pain that extends all the way to the tip of the penis. When I get this pain it can last for a few hours but is relieved when I have a bowel movement. I am curious if this something other males have had to deal with and if so what have you done to ease the discomfort. 

 

Thanks for your help.


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