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I am a 29 year old diabetic (type 1) I have had retrograde ejaculation for around 10 years. At first it was very seldom for it to occur after I recieved severe trauma to my rectum and prostate I stopped ejaculating outwardly completely. A few years ago I went through a "phase" where about every 15-20 times I would ejaculate once but it was painful and looked like curds of cottage cheese. after several months that stopped as well . I guess what my question(s) are is has this occured with anyone else and is there any medical procedure to correct this problem and is there any hope of me becoming a father ever?
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