Causes Of Not Releasing Sperm When Aroused?
I want to ask, why do I often get aroused, but I don’t want to release fluid? Sorry if I spoke too impolitely. Please answer I’m afraid something will happen.
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Normally, after being sexually aroused, men will experience an erection (swelling and hardening of the penis) which ends with ejaculation (the release of sperm and seminal fluid). If you feel that you are sexually aroused and have an erection, but do not ejaculate, then this condition may indicate that you are experiencing retrograde ejaculation.
Retrograde ejaculation itself is defined as a condition in which sperm and seminal fluid do not flow out, but instead return to the bladder. This condition is often termed dry orgasm. This condition can cause infertility in men. The cause of retrograde ejaculation is an abnormality of the muscles in the neck of the bladder that should close when ejaculation occurs. Triggers can be due to a history of surgery around the pelvis, side effects of drugs, to neurological disorders (eg due to diabetes, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, or spinal cord injury.
In addition to retrograde ejaculation, your condition may also arise due to other causes, such as diabetes, hypertension, stroke, hormonal disorders, psychological stress, and so on.
A thorough evaluation is required by doctors, especially andrologists and urological surgeons to assess exactly what is causing your complaints. Therefore, don't hesitate to check with your doctor. If necessary, not only interviews and physical examinations, the doctor will also suggest that you undergo several supporting examinations, such as x-rays, ultrasound, sperm analysis, and so on. Treatment will be adjusted to the conditions you experience. If it is true that the cause is related to retrograde ejaculation, then treatment can be done by giving drugs to pregnancy assistance programs (if you are married and planning to have children).
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dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah