Are you worried about your Dry Orgasm?
If you have previously had a prostatectomy or cystectomy these procedures stop the ability to produce semen. In some instances retrograde ejaculation can occur where the semen that is produced finds its way into the bladder after intercourse. Another possible cause of dry orgasm is that you could be carrying a gene that limits semen production. If you are concerned about any of these matters book in for a full diagnosis with your GP.
If you have repeated orgasms then your body will use up all of the fresh sperm it has available to it, this can proceed to cause following orgasms to be dry. This is not a problem and can be fixed with rest.
If you are experiencing dry orgasm whilst attempting to father a child it is possible that treatment will be needed. As well as this, if you are experiencing any pain, swelling, discolouration, or mental stress due to your symptoms then you should contact a GP for a full diagnosis.
- Bladder removal surgery (cystectomy)
- Blocked sperm duct (ejaculatory duct obstruction)
- Certain medications used to treat high blood pressure
- Genetic abnormalities of the reproductive system
- Male hypogonadism (testosterone deficiency)
- Multiple sclerosis
- Open prostatectomy
- Prostate laser surgery
- Prostatectomy (radical)
- Radiation therapy
- Retrograde ejaculation
- Retroperitoneal lymph node dissection
- Spinal cord injury
- TUIP (transurethral incision of the prostate)
- TUMT (transurethral microwave therapy)
- TURP (transurethral resection of the prostate)