Retrograde ejaculation happens in men when semen enters the bladder instead of going out from the tip of the penis during orgasm.
In men with retrograde ejaculation, the muscle at the opening of the bladder, which usually stops semen from entering the bladder during orgasm, does not close normally. When the muscle does not close properly semen flows back into the bladder.
Therefore, little or no semen is discharged from the penis during ejaculation, and the first urination after sex looks cloudy as the semen mixes with the urine.
Retrograde ejaculation is uncommon and usually harmless.
Most men with retrograde ejaculation do not need any treatment for retrograde ejaculation. The important message is that it does not cause serious problems. However, it is difficult for men with retrograde ejaculation to have a baby naturally.
For men wishing to have a family, sperm may need to be collected in other ways for use in assisted reproduction procedures such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF).
A fertility specialist can take sperm from the urine, or take sperm directly from the testes(Microscopic testicular sperm extraction).
There are some medicines which have shown some benefit in treating retrograde ejaculation. However, to start these medications it is important to consult a specialist who can explain to you the risks and benefits of these medicines.
Retrograde ejaculation can happen after surgery to the prostate or the neck of the bladder. Diabetes, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, and some medications, in particular medicines for high blood pressure and medicines to treat benign prostate enlargement, can also cause retrograde ejaculation. Depending on the causes of retrograde ejaculation, It may be a temporary or permanent condition.
Retrograde ejaculation does not affect your ability to get an erection and orgasm. However, you will notice that your ejaculation contains very little or no semen. There are some common symptoms doctors notice in a patient suffering from retrograde ejaculation like
Some men are at a higher risk of retrograde ejaculation than others. This includes men who are currently suffering from the following conditions:
If you are trying to conceive and have any of these conditions, it is recommended that you seek professional help and guidance. Treatment options for retrograde ejaculation may also be available.
Retrograde ejaculation is not harmful or painful and often does not require treatment. However, it can be a symptom of other underlying issues. If you are experiencing retrograde ejaculation and wish to conceive a child. In that case, it is recommended that you visit a specialist, such as a sexologist or an andrologist, for the diagnosis and treatment of retrograde ejaculation.
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