* Practice self-acceptance in general. It'll help with this specific issue. Check out the separate article on self-acceptance.
* See a urologist. On a different level, make sure there's not something physical going on. If it's physical, there's likely a physical remedy or cure! In Austin I like Koushik Shaw, MD, with Austin Urology. I went through prostate cancer and surgery and ended up learning more about urology than I ever wanted to. After a few (good) urologists, I settled on him because he's knowledgeable and very easy to talk to.Summarizing: Yeah, it's a hassle. It can be embarassing. But limit the embarrassment by not being harsh with yourself or choosing harsh partners. Take some of the power out of your fears by looking straight at them. Focus on what isenjoyable rather than what's not going well. And, as with any problem, a big dash of self-acceptance goes a long way. We're all human; we've all got problems; and somehow life still goes on, often pretty enjoyable. Hope this helps a little.
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