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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
Question: ejaculateing problem
|Kuyper14 - Fri Dec 08, 2006 3:35 pm||
I am nineteen and a female... My husband was in a very bad car accdeint..he was burned about 47% so he has a alot of surgeries and is on some medications..it has been 6 months sence and accident and he his home and doing well...we tried resently to have sex and he cant elajeculate and we are not sure why and when he tired to masturebate he justed kinda peed instead....
|Dr. Safaa Mahmoud - Fri Dec 08, 2006 6:04 pm||
Failure to ejaculate generally may occur as a result of (pelvic) nerve disease or damage. Nerve damage may result in retrograde ejaculate.
After orgasm, nerves that supply the bladder neck make them close to allow the semen to come out.
The most common causes of nerve damage include diabetes and a spinal chord injury.
Traumatic damage to the pelvic nerves e.g. after surgery is also very common, Did your husband undergo any surgical intervention in the pelvis? Or had extensive damage to pelvis? This could be the reason.
Try to reassure him since psychogenic causes are also common in such situations.
I advise you to inform his doctor about this issue.
Hope you find this information useful.
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