What are the blue balls? Are they real as guys claim or it’s just a myth as ladies think?
To begin with, blue balls is not a medical term its just a slang term that refers to the pain a guy feels around his scrotum from prolonged sexual arousement without an ejaculation.
Primarily it doesn’t cause any damage to the scrotum or its contents. It’s only an aching sensation which causes severe pain and unpleasant complaints from guys.
HOW IT HAPPENS
When a guy becomes aroused, there is a rush of blood into the penis and testicles which causes its swelling nature.
As the arousement prolongs, the pressure of the blood builds up and since it hasn’t been released, it results in an intolerable feeling.
Eventually, this discomfort goes away as blood drains and the genitals go back to normal. This is the assumed anatomical explanation behind it.
Information gathered from some UDS medical students states “there is minimum information that addresses blueballs as a clinical condition.”
DO THE BALLS ACTUALLY TURN BLUE?
No, is the answer to this. There’s no clinical evidence stating that the balls actually turn blue due to a prolonged arousement without an ejaculation.
Although blue balls are not associated with discoloured testicles, there are other mechanisms that can actually turn the testicles blue.
HOW TO HANDLE BLUE BALLS.
The best way of handling blue balls is by making sure any time you want to have deep sexual thoughts that will arouse your feelings, you have your partner around to have sex with eventually.
But for young people like us, it is best we avoid all sorts of pornographic stuff that are likely to unduly arouse us to the extent of giving us blue balls. Unless you’re ready for a quick jerk-off session.
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