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An_200194 posted:
To whom it may concern
6 years ago I had a vey bad colon cancer operation. Since, my sperms goes to my bladder. Also, my erections are not so good than before. Can you explain why and help me please... Thanks
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georgiagail responded:
A good article that discusses Retrograde Ejaculation:

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/retrograde-ejaculation/DS00913

Gail
 
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Sheldon Marks, MD responded:
Surgery on the lower colon or pelvis can interfere with nerves and so semen can back wash into the bladder with ejaculation. Very common. If you are trying to have a child then you can take medications like sudafed hours before and that can help snug up the bladder-neck, assuming it doesn't shoot your blood pressure way up.

The erection thing is probably more related to age, medications, artery damage, high blood pressure, cholesterol, etc. You should see your doctor and talk about options such as Viagra and Cialis and Levitra. They work great in men with some issues but not total ED.
 
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