I am a 4 1/2 year incomplete SCI patient. I am healthy, in good shape, and happy. Since my accident I have not been able to expel sperm(have an orgasm that produces ejaculate). Well I was masturbating and much to my surprise I ejaculated, and I ejaculated like I had before my SCI injury. The only difference was that my sperm was a rusty color, kinda brown. I tried again within the hour and I produced ejaculate that was rusty colored again. With a lack of better wording at the moment. How in the world do I go from no ejaculate, to a "super soaker" style orgasm. I am blown away and I wont be able to get to the doctor until the week starts. Can anyone give me some kind of explanation for this sudden in change outcome?
I wish I was able to offer u some idea as to what may be going on, but I can not, however I can direct u to a forum for mens health here on MedHelp and they may be better able to answer this type of question even tho it is a spinal issue that caused it, they are more inclined to have the answers.
Use the FORUMS link on the tool bar on the top of this page to open a list of different forums here on MedHelp to locate the Mens health forum...if u need help, let me know.
Good luck and do let us know the answer u find to ur query.
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