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18 Feb 2010

For the ladies dry orgasm
My boyfriend underwent surgery last year, and since then cant ejaculate. Everything else normal, erections, orgasm, but no ejaculation. This is ok with me, no more messy times, especially after quickies somewhere where there isn' t the convience of being able to clean up.

But bf is not happy. How do you feel, would you also be ok without the bf jhaculating? How much of difference would it make to you? It doesn' t make much difference to me, but bf not convinced.
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01 Jan 0001

depends what surgery was performed but often after pelvic surgery there is the phenomenon of retrograde ejaculation - the ejaculate goes into the bladder because the bladder neck cant close as is normal in ejaculation ( for some surgical reason) it is normally irreversable
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