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    Symptom of MS?
    levip posted:
    Recently, when I have an orgasm, there is little to no semen produced out. When I urinated afterward my urine looked normal. I am worried. I do not know what this could be. I have not had any surgeries of the pelvis and have not been diagnosed with diabetes.
    hackwriter responded:

    Discuss this with your doctor right away. Research tells me that this isn't unheard of among men with MS. Having a dry orgasm isn't harmful in itself, and the causes of a dry orgasm can range from nothing serious to an enlarged prostate. I hope you'll soon call your neuro for an evaluation.

    levip replied to hackwriter's response:
    Thank you. I also have neurofibromatosis. Could this have affected it?
    hackwriter replied to levip's response:
    This is a good question to ask your doctor.


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