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Could prostatitis be making my ejaculations very small?

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Dr. Chris Kyle
Urology

In brief: Yes

Possibly, by 2 mechanisms 1.
A common treatment for prostatitis is an Alpha blocker (like flomax), which can cause retrograde ejaculation and therefore decreased ejaculate 2. Possibly due to swelling associated with the prostatitis, which may cause some blockage of the ejaculatory ducts.

In brief: Yes

Possibly, by 2 mechanisms 1.
A common treatment for prostatitis is an Alpha blocker (like flomax), which can cause retrograde ejaculation and therefore decreased ejaculate 2. Possibly due to swelling associated with the prostatitis, which may cause some blockage of the ejaculatory ducts.
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