What Is Cervical Nerve Damage?

A common problem that a lot of men’s experience is the sensation of pain when having sex. This pain is usually a result of having an “ache” in the back, called a “cersome” which can be caused by a wide range of different things. The most common causes are strains and sprains, over using oral contraceptives, having poor posture, having a bad back, having a weak muscle in the back, sitting in an improper position for too long, and sometimes just not using your back correctly. Here’s how you can deal with it.

One way to deal with pain in the back is to lay on your back and cross your legs, making sure that the back of the legs is parallel to the ground. Sometimes this trick works, but sometimes it doesn’t. Also, sometimes you’ll get relief if you lay on your side with your knees up. This works better than laying flat because when your knees start to hurt, you can either raise your buttocks or press them into the floor. If you lie on your stomach, this will help because you’ll be able to better support your back.

Other treatments include getting a massage to loosen the tight muscles in the back, which may make it easier to have an erection. Some people even use hot or cold compression to relieve the pain of nerve pressure. This is effective on some people, but doesn’t always work. There are also injections that are used to shrink the blood vessels in the back to help with blood flow to the penis, which also can help with erectile dysfunction. Discuss these options with your doctor before trying them, as they vary in effectiveness, and they may be worth seeing a medical professional for.

Many people choose to try to avoid sex as much as possible when dealing with pain in the back because it makes sex more painful. If you want to enjoy sex, then it may be worth taking the time to let the nerve problems go away. You may also need physical therapy or medication to get over the nerve issues, which can be a good idea if your back troubles keep you from participating in certain activities.

If you think you might have Ceciliam, there are a few signs to look out for that could indicate it. Anytime you feel pain while having sex, or any time you experience numbness or tingling in your legs or feet, that’s a possible sign. If the numbness or tingling lasts for more than a couple of days, it’s possible you’ve gotten infected by sexually transmitted disease. If your sexual partner has had Ceciliam, be sure to have him or her checked out too because many times the symptoms go away after sex.

Luckily, most cases of Ceciliam are mild. For those who do suffer serious nerve damage, surgery may be needed to remove the lump. However, since this is usually irreversible, surgery isn’t something you should consider unless your situation is critical. Cervical nerve damage isn’t the only cause of numbness or leg pain during sex. Sometimes a condom will stick or fall off during sex, and you’ll get that too, along with other problems during sexual intercourse.