Our expert says:
Some possibilities can include infection, anatomical blockage or obstruction, or prostate problems.
I would first rule out infection with a urinalysis and tests for gonorrhea and chlamydia. Infections may affect ejaculations. Obstructions such as urethral strictures or polyps can be considered and evaluated with a cystoscopy.
I would also ensure the prostate isn't enlarged via a digital rectal exam.
Other tests to consider would be a testosterone level and thyroid tests, since abnormalities in these values can affect sexual function.
I would discuss these possibilities with your personal physician.
Followup with your personal physician is essential.
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