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Postby halls » Wed Mar 10, 2004 11:53 pm

Hi ME & MY WIFE HAVE BEEN TRYING FOR KIDS FOR THE LAST 10 YEARS AND NO LUCK

I AM A DIABETIC FOR THE LAST 20 YEARS OVER THE LAST TWO YEARS SOME TIMES

WHEN I ORGASM NO SPERM COMES OUT ? IS THIS A CURABLE PROBLEM
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Postby Guest » Wed Mar 24, 2004 9:26 pm

Hi

Welcome to the board, I have only just seen your reply......most posts are put on the general board!

In relation to your question, most issues with male sperm can be fixed somehow. Issues with azoospermia (no sperm in ejaculate) can generally be fixed through a number of means........dietry, cutting out alcohol, taking selenium, vit e.

You are probably best being referred to an andrologist who specialise in male infertility.

worst case senario, you may need an operation to remove the sperm surgically and then you and your wife will go through IVF and ICSI (where an individual sperm is injected into the egg).

Anyway, I'm waffeling..........hope this has helped, there is an answer out there, best to see your GP for a referral.

Good Luck

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Postby Traci » Sun Mar 28, 2004 8:01 pm

Aparently zinc helps motility but Im not sure on quantity! My husband has had a vaectomy reversal and there was always a chance that it may not work , in that case we would have had to go with the aspiration of sperm and then ICSI.

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Re: NO SPERM

Postby Loveeza » Tue Apr 21, 2015 9:59 am

Wishing you all the best, it sounds as if you have a very good chance :lol:




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Re: NO SPERM

Postby rahulkumar123 » Thu Oct 20, 2016 7:40 am

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Re: NO SPERM

Postby Ellen R. Wooding » Wed Jan 25, 2017 1:15 pm

In fact, dry orgasms can indeed be caused by some treatments for the prostatic disease.
A totally different form of dry orgasm occurs in middle-aged or older men – who have had prostate surgery, radiotherapy or other treatment to the prostatic area.

In these circumstances, it's often the case that your treatment will disrupt the 'male plumbing' around the point where the semen enters the urethra.

Retrograde ejaculation occurs when semen, which would normally be ejaculated via the urethra (the urinary pipe), is redirected to the urinary bladder.

So you get a dry orgasm. And next time that you pee your urine will be cloudy. This appearance is nothing to be worried about.

Your urological surgeon (urologist), should have warned you that retrograde ejaculation can occur after surgery. But in practice, this warning is often not given.

When dry orgasms are due to retrograde ejaculation, it's quite common for the man to complain that climaxes feel 'different' or 'not as intense'.

This is because he's not getting the sudden pleasurable distension of the urinary pipe that should occur when the semen shoots into it, during the last second or so before ejaculating.

Also, a small number of men are concerned about retrograde ejaculation because it can prevent a man from being able to father children.

In such cases, his sperm can be extracted from the urine and used to impregnate his partner by artificial insemination.

This is specialized work and usually needs to be done by a fertility clinic.
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Re: NO SPERM

Postby hengkhmer » Fri Jul 07, 2017 5:53 am

Hello!! I'am glad to read the whole content of this topic and am very excited.Thank you. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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