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I have a problem, that when if comes to having an orgasm. I don't feel any contractions in my prosta?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
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Problems with ejaculation can be evaluated by a primary care or urology doctor. A retrograde ejaculation (orgasm felt, but semen doesn't come out) or other unusual sensation happening once a year probably is not to be worried about, but symptoms that occur off and on, even if just once in a while, should be evaluated by a doctor to see if it is related to any serious medical condition.

In brief: Doctor can evaluate

Problems with ejaculation can be evaluated by a primary care or urology doctor. A retrograde ejaculation (orgasm felt, but semen doesn't come out) or other unusual sensation happening once a year probably is not to be worried about, but symptoms that occur off and on, even if just once in a while, should be evaluated by a doctor to see if it is related to any serious medical condition.
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