Where do you feel prostate pain?

Prostate pain is no laughing matter, but we’re going to try our best to make you laugh while providing you with valuable information about where prostate pain can occur. So grab a coffee or some herbal tea and let’s dive into the wild world of prostate pain!

What is the Prostate Gland?

Before we get started, it’s important to know what the prostate gland is and what it does. The prostate gland sits just below the bladder in men and surrounds part of the urethra. Its primary function is to produce fluid that helps protect and nourish sperm.

Fun fact: Did you know that women don’t have a prostate? Sorry ladies, looks like men win this round!

Types of Prostatitis

Now that we’ve established what the prostate gland is let’s talk about prostatitis – inflammation of the prostate gland. There are four different types:

Acute Bacterial Prostatitis

Acute bacterial prostatitis means there’s an infection in your beegee board (that’s Aussie slang for ‘private parts’). Symptoms can be sudden onset fever/chills, painful urination/bowel movements/ejaculation or difficulty urinating at all. Sometimes ye olde wee wee may even burn making peeing feel hotter than Lava Mama Africa Wax.

Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis

This type occurs when bacteria linger after being treated for acute bacterial prostatitis OR getting reinfected by passing particles through urine etc.. It can cause episodes pelvic discomfort which worsen at times as well as other flu-like symptoms.

Non-Bacterial Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

Non-bacterial chronic pelvic pain syndrome has similar symptoms as chronic bacterial proctatis; however no bacteria found present in testing samples from patients afflicted with this near-chronic condition so diagnosis uncertain leading one theory claiming hormone imbalances could somehow trigger spasmodic muscle behavior in the pelvic area.

Asymptomatic Prostatitis

Finally, there’s asymptomatic prostatitis, which means you don’t have any symptoms at all (lucky you!). The only way to detect it is by taking a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test or undergoing a transrectal ultrasound. But should one blindly seek medical interventions for something they’re not feeling? Well maybe yah because untreated patients may lose fertility leading to lifestyle changes such as an unexpected fecund financial difficulty.

Where Do You Feel Prostate Pain?

Now that we’ve covered the different types of prostatitis let’s talk about where you might feel pain if you have prostate issues:


Prostate pain can be felt in your rectum particularly when pushing for stool; however this could also indicate hemorrhoids so consult with GP to confirm what ailment has got hold of yo own ‘holey’ regions! No need to panic – discomfort/sensitivity observed near or around anus during palpation should be totally normal and spart-like 😉

Fun fact: Did you know that the root word of “prostrate” comes from Latin “prosternere” which means “to stretch out”? So next time someone tells you they’re feeling prostrate, make sure they’re not just enjoying some stretching exercises!

Penis & Scrotum

Pain felt while urinating or ejaculating might mean trouble brewing within ya onions (& sausage). Usually included are other symptoms such as burning/itching sensation upon initial contact between urine flow encounters affected areas. Also frequently reported by men suffering from genital discomfort include observation of discolorations resembling bruises most likely occuring due excessive masturbation #wink wink#

Lower Back & Abdomen

Many men experience lower back and abdominal pain associated with prostate inflammation. Depending on severity level, these regions may experience sensitivity/acuteness affecting mobility/performance in daily activities requiring physical stamina.

Thighs & Hips

Prostate pain is sometimes felt in the thighs and hips, which can be confusing. This kind of pain tends to present itself as a numbness, tingling or some sense of discomfort/coldness occurring around your lower body region especially when changing positions from sitting/lying down into standing position(though this also could arise during certain exercises where muscles tighten pushing pelvic area upwards).

Fun fact: Did you know that “numb nuts” is another way to say “prostate problems”? Ok fine we made that up but it does have a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?


As with many medical issues prevention is always better than treatment. In terms of maintaining prostate gland health here are some tips for keeping ya boys safe:

  • Maintain Good Hygiene – Keep things clean and dry (you know what we mean).
  • Stay Active – Exercise helps keep blood flowing through your body including towards thee family jewels.
  • Practice Safe Sex – Using protection reduces risk of getting an STI which can affect prostate function as well.
  • Eat Healthily – Eating fruits, vegetables whole grains among other health organic/natural foods may help reduce inflammation responsible for annoying symptoms while providing important dietary fiber/vitamins/minerals helping maintain optimal bodily functionalities.
  • Manage Stress Levels – High levels of stress increase the production inflammatory hormones like cortisol responsible for affecting immune response by reducing efficiency/strength needed against chronic diseases.

Your testicles will thank you!

Treatment Options

If you do experience any signs or symptoms associated with prostatitis make sure to visit GP/Urologist who’ll determine if its urgent care-worthy condition aiming first at least on alleviating localized inflammations through antibiotics(for bacterial infections), anti-inflammatory medication mehodes such as heat therapy/kidnapping(ha ha joking!)/or even guided stretching session serious consideration relieving chronic taut muscles around pelvic area.

Fun fact: Did you know that scientists are currently researching prostate cancer treatments using nanoparticles? That’s right, tiny little particles might just be the future of medicine!


We hope we’ve been able to provide some humorous yet informative explanation about where one should expect pain and discomfort should any misfortunes fall upon their reproductive organs. Maintaining good hygiene/stress levels as well as a consistently healthy lifestyle while avoiding potential hazards can prevent prostatitis before symptoms appear! We’d tell you to give yourself a pat on back (or down below) for reading this all the way through but we don’t want anyone rushing off to call an ambulance due strange contorsion induced by excessive arm stretch capabilities or worse an explosive movement caused from sudden movements bringin’ unwanted attention from bystanders out in public square. Stay safe, stay smart AND enjoy life everyone 😉