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I am a 78-year-old man and have been having consistently dry retrograde ejaculations since 1986, when I had TUR surgery. I am sexually active with a 28-year-old female partner who is not on the pill and does not wish to be. She and I do not wish to have children from our relationship, but we both find sex with a condom difficult and unsatisfactory. What are the chances of her falling pregnant if we practise unprotected sex, given my age and my consistently retrograde ejaculations?
After reading your post in this rainy winter day in Melbourne, Australia, you have just made my day jejee. I admire your positive view of life and I will try to follow your example. I am a 70 years old man, in a semiretired situation, currently in a relationship with a 20 years old girl living at the other end of the world but mutually engaged. I am she is coming to live with me soon and yesterday told me she wants to have 2 children. Ten years ago, i had TUR surgery and have have noticed that despite its obvious limitations, when i ejaculate , some semen always come out. Please give ideas on how to satisfy my girl friend desired fertility and how do you OPTIMIZE your sex power ( CIALIS ??? VIAGRA ?? or NATURE ?)
I wish to have the chance to exchange continous views about our similar experience MY CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU , AGAIN
This is late in the day, but I do suffer from retrograde ejaculation following turp. I do admire your outlook. I don't expect much but I would be willing to explore surgical reversal. Any suggestions?
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