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Read about how to deal with embarrassing erections during a medical exam, solve the problem, and end with a call to action.

Embarrassing erections during a medical exam

It’s not uncommon for guys to get erections during medical exams, especially if they’re young and haven’t had much experience with them. It’s usually nothing to be embarrassed about, but it can be a little awkward. There are a few things you can do to try to avoid getting an erection during a medical exam: – Relax and try to think about something else. It can be helpful to focus on something else in the room, like a picture on the wall. – Try to keep your mind off of the exam. This can be difficult, but it’s important to try to think about something else. – Breathe deeply and slowly. This can help to relax your body and mind. – Focus on the positive. Remember that the medical exam is for your health and it’s nothing to be embarrassed about.
Worried about getting an erection during your pelvic health therapy session? A lot of fellas have similar concerns.

Getting an erection during a medical exam or physical therapy session is common, especially when we’re directly touching those areas. And, if you’re sensitive to ejaculation, it’s common for some fellas to accidentally ejaculate. So don’t sweat it: we’ll handle these moments with compassion and grace.

So, what’s next?

Now that you’ve pointed out the elephant in the room and know that it’s not a big deal, it’s time to find a penis-friendly pelvic floor therapist: youtu.be/b2qHapvmAf4

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This information is not intended to substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a healthcare professional with any questions you may have regarding treatment, medications/supplements, or any medical diagnoses. This information is intended for educational purposes only and is in no way to substitute the advice of a licensed healthcare professional.