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    Prostate surgery (reaming)
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    honkey123 posted:
    I am wondering about having prostrate surgery because I cannot pee like I used to and they tell me the prostate is the reason. What will this do to having ejaculations or for that matter orgasims? I have been told there will be no more of them. Has anyone here had the experience? If so please tell me it isn't so!
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    cherjohn42 responded:
    I am involved with someone who has had the surgery. It is really difficult for him. He had cancer of the prostrate, so it may be different. He is unable to get an erection. he was told to masterbate, and has been able to ejaculate, but unable to get an erection. He is only 49 and having a real difficult time dealing with it. I hope that gives you some insight...not sure if it helps.


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