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I am male in early 40's and have been experiencing weak orgasms. No appreciable change in quantity of semen, no erectile issues. Just not the same powerful sensation as before. Any ideas as to cause. Should I see a urologist?
Just off-the-wall questions: Taking any new drugs lately such as propecia or vicodin or anything over-the-counter? Mixing drugs(cocaine, etc.) with sex? Prostate problems? A urologist may just tell you it is age-related, which will make you want to punch him.
Repost your question in the Ask A Doctor urology forum and see what he advises; or there is an Erectile Disfunction Ask A Doctor forum. I had a problem mixing drugs and sex and once I cut out the drugs, everything was fine.
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