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After my prostate re-sectioning, I only have retrograde ejaculations, which I intensely dislike. My orgasms are not even pleasant and so, I am virtually sexless now. I had switched to Uroxatral from Flomax because the latter caused retrograde ejaculation.
Following major surgery elsewhere, I could not urinate, therefore, I was not without a Foley catheter. Two weeks after the first surgery, I had the re-sectioning. I now urinate well, but my ejaculation is retrograde. Can this condition be reversed? I hate it!
I had a TURP operation several years ago and it has destroyed my sex life. I think surgeons should ask if we are highly sexed or not and explain the consequences. I can't climax with my wife and occasionally manage with porn videos. If I do climax it is a dull pain at the base of my penis.
I wish I could ejaculate and climax like I did before this operation. OK I used to go to the toilet very often, but I would rather live with that than no sex life.
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