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Posted by: Anon for this | 2011/11/18

Ejaculation

I have an enlarged prostate but fortunately my PSI count is fine.However,when I ejaculate these days there is no actual " fluid" ,that is,even though I have the usual sensation,it remains " internally" .
Is this something that I should concern myself with and see my urologist?

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It is important that you see your urologist so that you exclude other causes of retrograde ejaculation that you possibly have . Other causes include diabetes ,prostate medications , prostate surgery etc .

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