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10 February 2004

Retrograde ejaculation

Semen flowing backward into the bladder during orgasm. This may occur in men who have medical conditions such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis and prostate surgery or may be voluntary as a part of spiritual practices or to achieve the erotic sensation of ejaculating into the bladder.

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Semen flowing backward into the bladder during orgasm. This may occur in men who have medical conditions such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis and prostate surgery or may be voluntary as a part of spiritual practices or to achieve the erotic sensation of ejaculating into the bladder.
 
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