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    masturbation with no ejaculate
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    poolboy1968 posted:
    I have recently been diagnosed with kidney stones and am on meds treating that. Well life goes on and I felt rather horny this morning so decided to masturbate. I felt the orgasm, or feeling of "release" but nothing came out. Is this a problem?
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    cageyexec responded:
    It is known as reverse ejaculation -- instead of traveling up and out of your penis, the ejaculate is forced into the bladder. So it feels something like a dry orgasm, though in my experience the sensation felt slightly different. "Off" I guess I'd say. And I didn't like it. Once I discontinued the Flomax things pretty quickly reverted to normal. There is a fair amount available online about "reverse ejaculation" if you want the particulars. Personally, I hated it and was glad my time on those meds was brief. Best treatment for kidney stones is lots of water. I do at least four liters a day!
     
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    An_246614 responded:
    Also happens with bph drugs and after radical prostatectomy. Doesn't change the feeling!


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