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Is there any treatment of retrograde ejaculation following prostate surgery?

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Dr. Steven Lindheim
Fertility Medicine
4 doctors agree

In brief: Possibly

Medications do not help retrograde ejaculation if there has been permanent damage to the prostate if prostate surgery has resulted in damage to the muscles or nerves.
Medications including antihistamines, decongestants, or tricyclic antidepressants may only work if there has been mild nerve damage caused by medical conditions including diabetes, multiple sclerosis, or mild spinal cord injury that.

In brief: Possibly

Medications do not help retrograde ejaculation if there has been permanent damage to the prostate if prostate surgery has resulted in damage to the muscles or nerves.
Medications including antihistamines, decongestants, or tricyclic antidepressants may only work if there has been mild nerve damage caused by medical conditions including diabetes, multiple sclerosis, or mild spinal cord injury that.
Dr. Steven Lindheim
Dr. Steven Lindheim
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Dr. Naveen Kella
Urology - Oncology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Very difficult

No good treatments exist.
While you urinate better, it is now easier for your ejaculate to go backwards rather than the normal way. Sometimes the prostate can regrow and help the problem to diminish.

In brief: Very difficult

No good treatments exist.
While you urinate better, it is now easier for your ejaculate to go backwards rather than the normal way. Sometimes the prostate can regrow and help the problem to diminish.
Dr. Naveen Kella
Dr. Naveen Kella
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