Ejaculation toke place in the night when i was asleep, i felt the sperm could not fully come out and got the feeling that some sperm still left inside. When i went to urinate in the morning i was unable to urinate. What's the reason for this and what should i do??
Hi Steve your PC muscle, is the muscle that you use to stop you urinating, it also pumps blood into your p***s and it also pumps your ejeculate out, and has nothing to do with your usual kind of erections, but you should beable to feel your blood pumping into it when you pump your PC muscle when its erect OK.
So if that is week then your not punping your ejeculate out properly, henc e the feeling you get, so the best thing now would be to start kegels, its an exercise the will streagthen your PC muscle, just go to pegym and on there seek out the program for it.
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