you have to be very careful when undergoing surgery for ejaculatory duct obstruction. There may be fatal complications as someone else posted in this forum.
There is a clinical trial regarding the balloon dilation for ejaculatory duct obstruction instead of resection.
This is far less invasive than a resection of the ejaculatory ducts but it may have some complications, too. The method was published here: Transrectal US–guided Seminal Vesiculography and Ejaculatory Duct Recanalization and Balloon Dilation for Treatment of Chronic Pelvic Pain Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, Volume 17, Issue 1, Pages 169-173 L. Lawler, O. Cosin, J. Jarow, H. Kim
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