I have a terrible problem.
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 07:29 AM
Can anyone tell me what this is? Is it is gonna to be permanment?
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 07:39 AM
Perhaps this is a common problem that people of this forum can comment on with more authority than I can. But even if that is so, I think that if I were having some sort of trouble with my down unders, I would want a real pro looking at them in real time.
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 07:42 AM
I was thinking earlier, maybe I should leave it, and hope it will pass. But I keep thinking to myself... if this is permanment, this can't be good.
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 07:55 AM
I'm not saying that it's easy, but the benefits of having it done outweigh the negatives associated with just "hoping for the best".
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 08:00 AM
But it's not the checking out I'm scared of, it's the fixing. Who knows what they'd have to stick down there! *Shudder* I can't tell you how worried I am that this is going to be permanment though... I'm a in a bit of a dilema here.
I might leave my you know what alone for a week, and see if it progresses. If not, I'll do it.
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 08:13 AM
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 11:44 AM
You can answer these questions if you want, and we'll see what we can do. And besides, maybe it will be practice for going to a urologist. But you can relax about that--urologists have heard it all.
Oh, and another thing: they use ultrasound and things like that to examine that area these days. They aren't going to have to stick anything down there.
My husband once had to get an ultrasound in that area, and the technician was an exotic-looking woman with a sexy Russian accent. Man, he told that story for weeks.
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 01:20 PM
Sorry, I didn't respond earlier. I don't know if you will be reading this but I will answer your questions.
I don't really know if it was 3 days or not, It happened a few times and I thought it was just a one off bad orgasm. But then it kept happening, and I began to start thinking if I've actually damaged it someway 3 days ago.
I masturbate about 2 times a day. (Well, used to.)
Masturbating before didn't feel like this. I can't explain this feeling very well. But quivery is a way you could describe it. It almost feels like there is something desturbing the "flow" Before, I used to ejaculate alot more seamen as I do now.
The reason your husband went to a urologist. Does my problem sound similar to his?
Thanks, please try to post back.
But hey, lets look on the bright side, maybe I'd have a female Russian Technician check me out.
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 01:43 PM
Note: This is a harmless condition as far as your health is concerned, though it can affect fertility.
Even if it isn't retrograde ejaculation, however, it's worth going to a urologist about it. A change in your sexual functioning is always worth checking out.
My husband didn't have that problem. He had a pain in that area that was very worrisome. In fact, he went to the emergency room about it. They didn't find anything wrong, and the pain went away, so it's just one of those mysteries.
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 01:50 PM
Can I find a urologist at a normal hospital?
And do you know or not that this problem can be cured?
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 02:32 PM
Retrograd ejaculation is almost always a symptom of something else. It is sometimes a reaction to a medication. Take it one step at a time. Get a diagnosis first. Then we'll talk. Good luck.
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 02:42 PM
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 03:44 PM
Posted Sun Jan 08, 2006 04:49 PM
Posted Tue Jan 31, 2006 12:49 AM
Posted Tue Jan 31, 2006 02:38 AM
MrmanDX, I have to agree about seeing a doctor - you could go directly to a urologist if you don't have a regular primary care physician, but a urologist is a specialist, and typically it is much harder to see one without a consult request from a GP (General Practitioner.) So you should probably begin by seeing a good GP, not a doc-in-the-box - while some of these doctors are good, young recent graduates, others may be scraped-through-by-the-skin-of-my-teeth just passed doctors that on any other day, would have flunked. (The scary thing is, in five years, the class valedictorian could be involved in a maalpractice suit while the class tailgater has become a fine, caring physician. Or not. You pays yer money and ya takes yer choice.)
If you have no insurance and payment is an issue, you can go to the County Hospital in your area as an outpatient (you aren't staying in the hospital, just using the services.)
It is likely this is not a terrible problem, but better safe than sorry, in this case. It's a pain to deal with it, but better a little pain now than a permanent injury tomorrow...
Good luck, and keep us posted.