i am 15 i rescently had a cyst on my left testicle which was surgicaly removed. i can not ejaculate properly, after an orgasm my penis swells with what seems to be the semen inside the skin. i think it may be something along the lines of Retrograde ejaculation?
It would be better to tell your parents as this could be complication of the surgery, especially if you were able to ejaculate normally prior to the surgery.
Was the cyst removal done by your GP? If so, do consult him, otherwise consult the doctor who operated on you.
If you are worried about discussing the problem with your parents in view of the embarrassment you feel you would face or put them through, do get over that attitude. Your parents are aware firsthand of the normal physiological changes that an individual goes through at and after puberty and would see matters in light of the problem that needs professional attention.
Also they will be able to handle the aspects of consultation and visits to the doctor better than you can and you don't need the stress of those responsibilities right now.
Do feel free to post here for any help in this regard.
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