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Do orgasms help shrink the prostate?

Do orgasms help shrink the prostate?

No: Orgasms and sexual activity do not alter the size of the prostate gland. The size of the prostate is under hormonal control from testosterone produced by the testes.

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Orgasm (Definition)

Conventionally, orgasm is the culmination of sexual arousal (and may be repeated) and typically produces great pleasure through direct genital stimulation of the male penis and female clitoris. However, orgasm may also be achieved via the brain or as a reflex arc. The physical characteristics are an explosive peak & repeated neuromuscular action causing release of male ...Read more


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Does orgasm help enlarged prostate?

Does orgasm help enlarged prostate?

Emptying Prostate: It can. But, not by itself, usually. First one must treat the underlying condition. I often have my guys with this problem start on an herb known as saw palmetto. And, especially the first week to empty their prostate gland with several ejaculations. If after one week the symptoms are improved then I have them stay on saw palmetto for ninety days.

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How can I get better orgasms after having my prostate removed from having cancer. Post 5 years?

How can I get better orgasms after having my prostate removed from having cancer. Post 5 years?

Several things: After prostatectomy, some men suffer difficulty with orgasm. Occasionally, Alpha blockers can be used to allay pain or obstructive symptoms. To improve orgasms, your erections should be optimized. Consider meds & other therapies to help with erections and hopefully orgasms will be more satisfying. Adt lmits sexual function, and if on these treatments, a "holiday" from them could be helpful.

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Some fluid comes out of my boyfriends penis after he has an orgasm but he had his prostate removed so what is this fluid?

Some fluid comes out of my boyfriends penis after he has an orgasm but he had his prostate removed so what is this fluid?

Probabely Normal: It is probabely normal, you can still have some ejaculate after prostatectomy.Even though 90% of men will have retrograde ejaculation but some! 0% may have some ejaculation.

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I've noticed I've begun to urinate during sex. Also I don't always ejaculate when I reach orgasm. Could this be a prostate problem or spinabifida?

I've noticed I've begun to urinate during sex. Also I don't always ejaculate when I reach orgasm. Could this be a prostate problem or spinabifida?

Maybe neurological: I doubt a prostate at your age but it could be neurological and since you have spina bifida this needs to be clarified. Your physician ca help clarify this for you. You may need to see a neurologist or a urologist or both.

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I am 6 week into 6 month course of finasteride for enlarged prostate. I am having trouble ejaculating and orgasm unpleasan - should I stop treatment.

I am 6 week into 6 month course of finasteride for enlarged prostate. I am having trouble ejaculating and orgasm unpleasan - should I stop treatment.

Perhaps: If the treatment is harming quality of life significantly then stopping may be wise. Finasteride can have significant sexual side effects which may persist after stopping. It is best in men with larger (>50 g) prostates. That would be fairly large but not impossible for a 39 year old. Perhaps discuss these symptoms with your prescribing doctor and possible alternatives.

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Why would a man urinate after orgasm if he had his prostate gland removed after. Having prostate cancer?

Why would a man urinate after orgasm if he had his prostate gland removed after. Having prostate cancer?

Changed anatomy: After prostatectomy, men must rely on a single sphincter mechanism. This is the one that can be controlled voluntarily. An involuntary sphincter at the bladder neck is necessarily removed during radical prostatectomy. During emission and ejaculation, a coordinated contraction of the bladder neck and relaxation of the voluntary sphincter occurs. After surgery this can lead to the result described.

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When the prostate and seminal vesicles are removed, what happens when you have sex and reach climax?

When the prostate and seminal vesicles are removed, what happens when you have sex and reach climax?

Here are some. ..: If you're still able to have erection for coitus, congratulate, but you will not have ejaculatory shooting of semen anymore although occasionally maybe still having pre-cum sipping because Cowper's gland is still intact and if its outlet is not blocked by scar. For detail, ask your Doc. Best wish...

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What prostate procedure or surgery will have the least amount of side effects of retrograde ejaculation, no semen, and subdued climax. I have bph.

What prostate procedure or surgery will have the least amount of side effects of retrograde ejaculation, no semen, and subdued climax. I have bph.

BPH treatment: 59 y m with BPH & tamsulosin. Depending on the size & complications your urologist can give best option. Minimal invasive procedures are microwave, laser, needle ablation. Then turp, nerve sparing prostatectomy, incision prostate. The later two preserve erection & ejaculation. Turp is 90% done &5% retrograde ejaculation rate. Again size & complications determine the choice of procedure. Thanks.

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How to get the best orgasm?

Be strongly: And mutually emotionally involved with your partner and don't rush.

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How do I know if I had an orgasm?

How do I know if I had an orgasm?

Signs & Symptoms: Orgasms are rhythmic muscular contractions in the pelvic region characterized by sexual pleasure. They usually result from sexual stimulation {male = penis; female = clitoris} and may be accompanied by physical responses such as: increased heart rate, generalized and increased muscle tone/tightening and increased vocalizations {both voluntary and involuntary}. Not everyone has the same response.

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Why can't I have an orgasm anymore?

Why can't I have an orgasm anymore?

Variable: Sensitivity changes with menopause can certainly affect the ability for women to experience orgasm. Hormone balance, relationship, overall health and other factors are involved. The O Shot was developed to help women regain their ability for sexual function with a simple office treatment. See information at www. Oshot. Info

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Why so I feel angry after an orgasm?

Why so I feel angry after an orgasm?

No right answer, but: Feeling angry after orgasm is really paradoxical, albeit inducing a general relaxation/well-being after orgasm for most, but indeed happens to few. Its causes by and large are still unclear although a trace back to personal undesirable sex encountering has been elucidated. Despite being still in some darkness of understanding it, it is worthwhile to dig into various aspects of life in the past.

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What's the best way to achieve orgasm?

What's the best way to achieve orgasm?

Stimulation: Intercourse or fellatio for men. Clitoral stimulation manually or by vibrator for women.

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How to have a stronger orgasm (men)?

How to have a stronger orgasm (men)?

No pill: As I mentioned earlier, brain is the biggest sex organ and you need to have yours examined. It may help to see a therapist to assess your attitude to sex and orgasm. Try paying more attention to the pleasure of your partner and you may reap a better dividend than being pre-occupied with your own.

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How can I know if I'm orgasming fully?

Interesting.: Don't suppose you can ever know that. Do you feel like you are missing something? Is there something that you can do to yourself that is beyond what you normally experience? What makes you wonder if you are not having a "full" orgasm."

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Haven't had a orgasm from sex in 2 years. Why?

Haven't had a orgasm from sex in 2 years. Why?

It may take time: Sometimes it may take time to learn to have an orgasm. Also choice of partner and type of stimulation is important. Medication and certain neurological or psychological issues may block an orgasm. Always use protection.

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Prostate (Definition)

The prostate is a gland that lies at the base of the bladder and surrounding a segment of urethra. It secretes a milky fluid that is discharged by excretory ducts into the urethra during the emission of semen. It is clinically important because enlargement of the prostate with age, and prostate cancer are two common ...Read more