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Diabetes, Meds, and Dry Orgasm - Addressing a few causes of Retrograde Ejaculation

Reverse ejaculation (AKA retrograde ejaculation) is often caused by diabetes, due to problems with the nerves in the bladder and the bladder neck that cause the ejaculate to flow backward instead of out. Other causes include complications from operations on the bladder neck, prostate or abdomen; plus certain medications, particularly those used to treat mood disorders.

If you suffer from any of these related issues, but haven’t yet experienced reverse ejaculation, it might not hurt to consult your doctor. Thousands of Americans are currently taking medication to treat mood disorders such as depression and anxiety. These medications are intended to help, but they all carry the risk of causing additional problems and sexual dysfunctions (as do certain medications for diabetes). It is always best to educate oneself as to the possible complications associated with their medications, so the appropriate knowledge may be applied to their treatment.

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 medications are often the cause of the disorder, they 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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