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Retrograde Ejaculation Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Men who notice that an ejaculation does not produce much semen may be suffering from one of the many retrograde ejaculation causes. This condition happens when semen fails to exit the body through the urethra. Instead, it is moved into the bladder and exits the body during urination. Usually this is caused when a muscle does not restrict the flow of semen from entering the bladder. While the majority of cases are not serious, some men have been known to become infertile because of this problem.

There are several possible causes of retrograde ejaculation. The condition is often the result of surgery performed on the bladder neck or enlarged TURP / laser surgery.  Another potential cause is the use of certain medications, such as those for high blood pressure, mood disorders, or prostate enlargement. Yet another situation that could lead to retrograde ejaculation is nerve damage. The damage may be caused by such conditions as multiple sclerosis, diabetes, or an injury to the spinal cord.

A man who experiences these problems should consult a local doctor if he continues to have dry orgasms or cloudy urine as they may be signs of a more serious condition and can cause marriage sex problems.

As a general rule, drugs will not help retrograde ejaculation that has occurred due to surgery complications. However, medications have been effective in patients that have nerve damage due to the previously mentioned conditions. Common medications used to treat the disorder are imipramine, chlorpheniramine, brompheniramine, ephedrine, and phynulephrine. There are no medications specifically designed to treat the problem and these medications have found secondary uses in treating retrograde ejaculation.

New Non-surgical treatment for

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) or enlarged prostate

By Prostatic Artery Embolization (PAE)

Before planning for BPH surgery (enlarged prostate ) like TURP or laser just think about a new Non-surgical treatment for (BPH) enlarged prostate has been developed which shows better result than open surgeries the technique called Prostatic Artery Embolization (PAE).  It can be performed on any size prostate, It does not produce the side effects that TURP does, Whole procedure done through a

small nick around the skin in the groin region, Most men experience no pain and leave the hospital in a day after intervention, No sexual dysfunction following prostatic artery embolization and a quarter of patients report that sexual function improved after the procedure.  The PAE procedure need just local anesthesia, no blood loss and it makes faster recovery.

Low cost non-surgical treatment of enlarged prostate in Delhi, India as compare to other cities of India like Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Pune.  

For more in-depth information contact:


Dr. Pradeep Muley M.D. Senior Consultant Interventional Radiologist
Mobile or Whatsapp: 098104 92778 or E-mail -

Which is best treatment option

Non-surgical Treatment - Prostatic artery embolization(PAE)