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- time after TURP for your first intercourse
- how about erection?
- what was your feeling at orgasm compared to before surgery?
- any chance of seeing some sperm coming out?
Please share in general your experience and suggestion when/how you recovered fully your sexual life.
I masturbated the first time after 6 weeks post TURP and had the first strange feeling of the retrograde ejaculation. I was a little anxious. Not seeing it coming out, after all my life, was an experience. Anyway I was expecting it. At urination I saw a little of semen.
-2-3 weeks should be a good time to resume sexual intercourse.
- Erectile dysfunction is a very rare complication after TURP.
-TURP does not affect orgasm.
-While retrograde ejaculation is no uncommon after TURP, it is difficult to calculate the precise risk in an individual.
Hope the information is helpful.
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