Age 64, with flomax I experience no pleasure with my orgasms. Is this because of the retrograd ejac. or is it a side effect of the medication? I may need to have surgery to improve my urinary flow, but retrograde ejac is
a common outcome of these surgeries, and I need to know if I am at risk for losing my orgasm pleasure . I do see an occasional posting of men who have lost their pleasure after these surgeries, with no recourse.
Hi, I am a 49 year old male and have been experiencing problems urinating, weak flow,up several times a night.Havinh had an endoscopy last year I was told I have Raised neck Hypertrophy and put on tamsusolin which only worked for a while and am now on finasteride which isn't doing much either.
I am due to have a euro dynamics test soon and told I might then have to have surgery to make an incision in the bladder neck,the down side being retro ejaculation.Does anyone know of a procedure that aliminates RE.
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