Blue Balls is a painful outcome of being denied an orgasm despite constant arousal. Many believe Blue Balls can only happen if you are strictly cut off at point of ejaculation. This is untrue, Blue Balls can happen even if you have had no stimulus in the penis. This may be the cause of early onset Blue Balls but no study confirms that. Blue Balls can happen at any state of arousal as long as it is continuous.
Blue Balls can happen while you are out with a person who is sexually appealing. Though there is a lot of erotic stimulus (kissing, cuddling, groping, etc) there is no actual penile stimulus, Blue Balls will onset and stay until an ejaulation can occure.
E.G. "We made out for hours but she didn't want sex, so I went home and on the drive my nuts HURT!! Like hurt to touch and every bounce on the road...."
"Damn dude, Blue Balls suck man!"
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the excrutiating pain a man receives when his balls swell to the size of coconuts because of lack of sex, unfinished bjs, and just not cummin when he knows he should.
Cure: JUST WACK IT MAN!! or get your woman to help you out and do the job right. It's that simple to make the horrible pain go away.
note to all women,
NEVER NEVER NEVER give your man blue balls...its the worse pain he will ever feel in his life and he never deserves it...well, almost never...
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When you father is Going Ham on your mother and he can't finish because his little ass son busts in the room. So his cum is stuck in his nuts and are super sad
DAmn man, I was going ham on my wife last night and then my bitch ass son came in the room with a key trick he learned on youtube. He caught me right before I finished. My balls hurt so bad, so bad! I'm scared from that instance and now she won't even have sex with me now. I got the worst Blue balls ever. Wann see?
by notIronic August 20, 2019
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The state of pain and discomfort caused by an interrupted session of fellatio. Can happen for a number of reasons, including (a) calling the girl by a name that's not hers, especially the name of an ex she knows about (b) turning on the TV in the middle of getting head (c) interruption by a third party, especially parents or other authority figures (d) the girl having had too much to drink earlier and needing to throw up right there and then (with it ending up on your shoes, trousers, and possibly lap). Results in almost cramp-like pains in the groin and/or abdominal areas. Sometimes used as a way for a girl to inform a guy she's breaking up with him.
1) I have blue balls, because I forgot and called my girlfriend by my ex's name.
2) Jimmy got blue balled when the girl he was feeding drinks to had to throw up.
by Evil timmy September 02, 2005
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Public service announcement to all the young, naïve girls dating a Florida Man:
Nobody really dies from blue balls. They’re just trying to guilt you into having sex. The sperm does not “crawl into the brain” or anything like that, as they will try to make you believe. Yes, someone actually said that once.
If you DO want to have sex, and DO NOT want kids, make sure you’re using contraceptives. Google that word to learn more. Mountain Dew does not actually prevent pregnancies, that’s just a myth.
If you do NOT want to have sex, tell them no. If you tell them “no” and they ignore your request, and you reasonably believe they’re trying to rape you, then you have every right to stand your ground.
2017 was a breakthrough year for increasing accountability for those who have sexually abused others. Let’s continue that trend by treating others with respect, and by demanding respect. If you see someone getting harassed, speak up. If someone has hurt you, speak up. We cannot afford to pretend that we live in a perfect world, but we can do everything in our power to make it a better place.
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Condition that arises during sexual arousal when the sperms or fluid are not ejaculated
Blue balls is slang for an uncomfortable testicular sensation that can occur during a state of male sexual arousal. The term is thought to have originated in the United States, first appearing in 1916. Another slang term used for the condition is lover's nuts. Some urologists call this condition epididymal hypertension or sexual arousal orchialgia.
Most often it describes a temporary fluid congestion (vasocongestion) in the testicles, caused by prolonged sexual arousal in the human male without ejaculation.
The phenomenon is sometimes associated with certain demographics, such as men who are experiencing and practicing delayed, multiple or inhibited ejaculation.
Since the pain level is usually low, it does not affect sexual activity – thus, is rarely considered to be pathological. This leads to a wide discussion, with scant information in the scientific literature.
A brief article by Chalett and Nerenberg in Pediatrics agrees that little formal data exists regarding the condition. The article concludes that "the treatment is sexual release, or perhaps straining to move a very heavy object— in essence doing a Valsalva maneuver."
The cause of blue balls is a large amount of blood circulation to the genital area, specifically the penis and testicles, without the release of tension associated with orgasm/ejaculation. When a large amount of blood flows to the genital region, the penis becomes erect and the testicles also experience increased blood flow and swelling.
Other causes of painful symptoms include:
It may also be a sign of testicular torsion, which often requires emergency surgery.
The following indications and symptoms in the testicles may be experienced by people with blue balls:
- discomfort or mild pain
- a faint blue tint
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- ^Fergusson, Rosalind; Eric Partridge; Paul Beale (December 1993). Shorter Slang Dictionary. Routledge. p. 21. ISBN .
- ^Dalzell, Tom; Victor, Terry (December 2007). Sex Slang. Routledge. p. 16. ISBN .
- ^Byrne, Lauren N.; Meacham, Randall B. (2006). "Management of Post-Ejaculatory Perineal Pain". Journal of Andrology. 27 (6): 710–711. doi:10.2164/jandrol.106.001370. ISSN 1939-4640. PMID 17079745.
- ^Yazmajian, Richard V. (1967). "The Influence of Testicular Sensory Stimuli on the Dream". Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. 15 (1): 83–98. doi:10.1177/000306516701500103. PMID 6032147. S2CID 7093435.
- ^Glenn, Jules (1969). "Testicular and Scrotal Masturbation". International Journal of Psycho-Analysis. 50 (3): 353–362. PMID 5387383.
- ^Parnham, Arie; Serefoglu, Ege Can (August 2016). "Retrograde ejaculation, painful ejaculation and hematospermia". Translational Andrology and Urology. 5 (4): 592–601. doi:10.21037/tau.2016.06.05. ISSN 2223-4691. PMC 5002007. PMID 27652230.
- ^Perelman, Michael A. (2001). "Integrating Sildenafil and Sex Therapy: Unconsummated Marriage Secondary to Erectile Dysfunction and Retarded Ejaculation". Journal of Sex Education and Therapy. 26 (1): 13–21. doi:10.1080/01614576.2001.11074377. S2CID 141603559.
- ^Komisaruk, Barry R.; Beverly Whipple; Sara Nasserzadeh; Carlos Beyer-Flores (November 2009). The Orgasm Answer Guide. The Johns Hopkins University Press. p. 70. ISBN .
- ^Chalett, J.M.; Nerenberg, L.T. (2000). "'Blue Balls': A Diagnostic Consideration in Testiculoscrotal Pain in Young Adults: A Case Report and Discussion". Pediatrics. 106 (4): 843. doi:10.1542/peds.106.4.843. PMID 11015532. S2CID 36966128.
- ^"Blue Balls: Understanding Epididymal Hypertension". Healthline. 24 May 2017. Retrieved 9 June 2021.
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Yes, Women Can Get ‘Blue Balls’ Too — Here’s What It Feels Like
Men often use “blue balls” as a way to guilt-trip women into getting them off. It’s commonly followed by something like, “You don’t know what this feels like.” Well, guys, as a matter of fact we do.
For those who aren’t familiar with the term, “blue balls” are how men refer to that tight, churning feeling that happens when they get aroused but don’t have an orgasm. While women don’t have balls, we do have corresponding sexual organs that feel equally irksome when they don’t get to go through the whole sexual cycle.
That’s right: people with vaginas are just as capable of getting that uncomfortable, halted-sneeze feeling in our private parts as men — yes, we’re talking about the dreaded “blue balls.” However, because these sexual organs are more complex — and internal — we can’t really call out a specific part as the culprit of our discomfort. Plus, “blue uterus” doesn’t sound nearly as catchy. Dr. Teresa Hoffman, an OB-GYN told Women’s Health that, while there is no scientific research to back it up, women report physical discomfort when they are aroused but an orgasm never comes.
Just like how blood flows to a penis when a person gets an erection, vulva-owners get a similar rush when they become aroused. If they don’t end up having an orgasm, there may be a tight, cramping feeling going on in there, which is pretty akin to what people feel in their testicles under the same circumstances. This feeling can last up to 20 minutes after the failed orgasm but typically resolves itself, even though you may continue to be emotionally frustrated (what else is new?).
According to Dr. Fran Walfish, Beverly Hills relationship psychotherapist and co-star of Sex Box, WE tv, this issue actually is relatively prevalent among people with a vagina.
“Many women, especially those above the age of 40, take longer or have trouble achieving orgasm. They either experience a physical discomfort in their uterus or a sense of frustration, or both,” Walfish tells SheKnows.
Essentially, since people with vaginas tend to have a harder time having an orgasm in the first place (particularly heterosexual women),they actually experience “blue balls” a heck of a lot more often than people with actual balls do. Throw that in your dude’s face the next time he makes you feel crappy for not getting him all the way there.
Walfish says that while it’s a frustrating feeling, there are many things you can do to get yourself there if your partner cannot (or in some cases will not) oblige. Manual stimulation of the clitoris is a go-to for most vulva-owners when they need that orgasmic release. However, stimulation of other areas, such as the nipples and even the opening of the anus, can help a stubborn O along.
A version of this story was published February 2016.
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Nope, I'm not going to burst. After the procedures, Marina turned on the TV and asked me to move on the couch, I. Moved as far as I could. But it was still cramped, even though we were lying sideways and I felt her body, and a member rested against her ass. Wow, how he stood, but she either accidentally or on purpose sometimes stretched, turning a little and then I felt her even more sharply.