The Retrograde Ejaculation Phenomenon - How complications from surgery can divert your semen during orgasm


Reverse ejaculation, also known as retrograde ejaculation, occurs at the point of orgasm. The ejaculate is forced back into the bladder rather than through the urethra and out of the tip of the penis head. Many people call this dysfunction, “Dry Orgasm”, because little or no semen ejaculates with orgasm.
 
The condition often develops after surgeries of the prostate, abdomen, and colon as well as testicular cancer surgery or a vasectomy. During these procedures, the bladder neck muscles are damaged or scraped away. As a result, the semen would easily be shot into the bladder instead of passing through the urethra.
 
Reverse ejaculation does not affect your ability to get an erection or have an orgasm. But many men believe that the absence of rocketing semen out of the penis makes them less of a man. Some men become extremely embarrassed during sexual intercourse and worry that their penis has become a weak hose that only ejaculates a small amount of clear pre-cum.
 
Among men who are trying to get their partners pregnant, dry orgasms are a serious concern. With no semen entering the vagina, there is virtually no chance that they will conceive. There are a variety of treatment options available, from medications to surgical procedures. Since surgery is the cause of the disorder, it may not be the preferred choice. Therefore, the many trusted natural remedies such as the Retrograde Ejaculation Solution become the more desirable courses of action. Of course, it is always wise to consult a physician to determine the best method per individual.

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JimmyK8ne posted on Wed, 06/05/2013 - 10:43
This is how dry orgasm works! I always thought it was because a man was unable to produce sperm. I guess the sperm just goes out the other way.
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