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Nocturnal Emission After Vasectomy
Tubes on both sides from testicle to prostate that carry sperm made by testicles are brought out through a small skin puncture in the scrotum and either cut, tied, burned or clamped. Simple procedure, cost effective and usually with minimal side effects. Low failure rate. Clinic procedure, done in office with local anesthetic to skin. Minimal down time. A very ...Read more
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Chances of pregnancy from pre ejaculation? He peed after climax the night before after masturbation. This also was during Ovulation. 11dpo neg test.
Who knows: You've tested too soon for any valid test. You must wait for your period. But, for goodness sake, you have to be smarter than this. Pre-cum comes from the prostate gland at the time of sex. His activities the night before is completely meaningless. Any erect uncovered penis can get you pregnant from pre-cum. This is not new news. ...Read more
Husband,30, married 1.5 m ago, ejaculation doesnt happen intravaginal,only once,erection fades shortly after penetration,?
Erectile dysfunction: 1. You can't get an erection at all 2. You get an erection, but it's not hard enough for penetration 3. You get an erection, but you can't maintain it until sexual activity is over, and no ejaculation. See a Urologist, have a full examination. Multiple medications are available, such as Viagra, (sildenafil) Cialis, you will require prescription. Enjoy life!! ...Read more
What causes flaccid erection hours after initial sex. Penis cannot erect 5 hours after sex. Any known causes?
Lemur: Your refractory period is a bit longer than usual. You are probably normal, though. ...Read more
After sex, i immediately lose interest in sex. I'm almost repulsed. I am completely flaccid after ejaculation.
What is the difference between nocturnal emission and uretheral discharge? I discharge during sleep when have an erotic dream without erection.
Here are some ...: What you've been experiencing is entirely normal, apparently from nocturnal emission during erotic dream. Known to most, all men have nocturnal erection for 3-5 times lasting 15-30 minutes over a sleep of some 8 hours, but without knowing it by themselves if not waking-up except the one in the morning - so-called peeing erection before urinating. So, you're ok; enjoy and live on. ...Read more
Night orgasms normal: Nocturnal orgasms are normal in both male and females. Clearly before menses there are hormonal fluctuations. Whether they cause nocturnal orgasms is unknown but makes sense they might contribute. In males especially multiple night erections are common and normal and female patients can have similar episodes. Again this is normal and some consider this the bodies way of making sure it's normal. ...Read more
Not really: Frequency of urination that only occurs after ejaculation may be due to some degree of prostatitis in some cases. Usually there is some post-ejaculatory discomfort noted as well though. If it persists, see urologist for urinalysis and digital rectal exam. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Ejaculation is a sympathetic nervous system event and once those nerves have reached their target of excitation, you can not prevent the release. Some people think that by pressing and squeezing at the tip of the penis will prevent that, but that is not true. A back flow of sperm into the ejaculatory ducts, urethra and even baldder may occur. ...Read more
Does pre cum always leak out while sex? will urinating numerous times before sex wash remaining sperm from urethra?
Unknown. Yes.: Nobody knows these things for sure, but one can presume that a sperm without much semen is a bit out of his element. That means it won't function well. In real life, people don't need to think about precum... because the whole reproductive thing is very, very simple. If one absolutely should not get pregnant, then use good birth control from start to finish... and never again worry about precum. ...Read more
No legal age limit.: There has been no legal age limitation although traditional thought to have children before vasectomy continues exerting its influence to many people's mind. That is understandable, but carries no legal weight to preclude vasectomy. So, it can be done for teens if ... Or for the elderly to prevent epididymitis... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Vasectomy?: If you are sure that you want no children, you can have a vasectomy at 22. You may find it hard to find a urologist who will perform the procedure, however. After the vasectomy, you will not be able to father a child and you will still need to use a condom to prevent any sexually transmitted disease. Good luck. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Vasectomy reversal is a surgical procedure to restore patency of vas deferens after vasectomy so to make post-vas men's fertile again, which is almost always done under microscope with a widely variable success depending on the time after vasectomy, surgeon's skill, etc. More detail? Ask the surgeon. ...Read more
Vas recovery: First few days may need pain meds...Sore for a week...Back in. ...Read more
Yes,...: Yes, it can be done after being well counseled and under informed consent. Of note, vasectomy costs much less and vasectomy reversal costs a fortune, and usually health insurance either refuses to pay or very reluctant to cover it. So, be aware of it beforehand. Medically, it's safe as far as studies could tell. ...Read more
Can enhance pleasure: If you have chosen to get a vasectomy, then you and your partner will not have to worry about the possibility of an unwanted pregnancy, which could well mean that you and your partner will both find yourselves deriving greater pleasure from sexual intimacy... It is a very benign procedure, and one that will have no unwanted side effects. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Information: There have been rare cases of spontaneous reopenig of the procedure. In order to ensure 100% success, periodic sperm counts should be done perhas every other year. It depends on how the procedure was done. Whe a segment of the vas deferens is removed it should be submitted to pathology for confirmation as the are some large veins that can be mistaken for the vas. ...Read more
Reversal: Have an evaluation with a urologist who performs vasectomy reversal. The first and most important question is to discover how long it has been since the vasectomy was completed. This makes a huge difference in terms of a potential successful reversal; the shorter the time the better. Pending that evaluation, additional testing could be done to determine if other assisted reproductive techniques would be required to assist you ...Read more
I am considering a non-scalpel vasectomy vs. a conventional vasectomy. Are the reversal chances the same?
Same : I'm sorry to tell you that "non-scalpel" vasectomy is basically a marketing scam. it is not possible to perform a vasectomy without making some sort of puncture in the skin overlying the vas. How this puncture is made ( scalpel vs sharp pointed hemostat or scissors) is irrelevant to the outcome. ...Read more
My husband complains of his tentacles hurting. He had a vasectomy & a reversal so we could have a baby. What could cause this?
Complicated: Occasionally, one will have post vasectomy vaso-congestion. This usually resolves and all is well. However, after a "re-do" vasectomy or a reversal, this can happen perhaps more significantly. The small lymphatic channels are disrupted, small nerves are injured, scarring develops, small vessels are interrupted and a whole scenario develops that can cause pain, swelling, discomfort and such. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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