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Posted by: Dry run | 2010/02/18

Post surgery complications

I wrote before about no longer being able to ejaculate during orgasm following surgery.

Had diverticulitis, after 1st major emergency op everything still worked great, but the 2nd procedure reconnect the colon and close colostomy left me being unable to ejaculate.

Can this situation be rectified? Its been 10months, and still as dry as ever, even no pre-sex lubrication which used to be quite a lot. My concern has been that there is a blockage, something is preventing this from happening.

My urine is always clear, I would have expected it be milky or cloudy if semen was being shunted into the bladder?

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Dear Dry Run
I think you should maybe see an urologist for an examination to see if there are any obvious causes for the loss of ejaculate.
See also http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Ejaculation-problems/Pages/Introduction.aspx
Dr Bets

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Posted by: cyberdoc | 2010/02/18

Dear Dry Run
I think you should maybe see an urologist for an examination to see if there are any obvious causes for the loss of ejaculate.
See also http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Ejaculation-problems/Pages/Introduction.aspx
Dr Bets

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