I have undergone an transurethral surgery for grade 3 prostate after that my sperm doesnt comes out through penis i am worried whether it will affect my sex life and infertility issue will happen any treatement to recover from that
How are you? TURP or trans urethral resection of prostrate is a gold standard treatment for BPH. The most common complications with this surgery are retrograde ejaculation, perforation of prostrate capsule, UTI, urethral strictures, TUR Syndrome, urinary incontinence etc.
I think you are experiencing retrograde ejaculation. Retrograde ejaculation is when semen goes into the bladder rather than out of your penis during orgasm. To diagnose retrograde ejaculation, your doctor will look for sperm in your urine with a microscope after you ejaculate. Retrograde ejaculation typically doesn't require treatment unless it interferes with fertility.
Consult a urologist for further assistance.
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