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The most specific adverse reaction was retrograde ejaculation found in silodosin group and dizziness or postural hypotension found in tamsulosin group.
For men who exhibit retrograde ejaculation, urine can be collected after orgasm.
13) Before the start of the procedure, the bladder is emptied and buffer solution installed to protect the sperm in the case of retrograde ejaculation.
The goal of treatment methods for retrograde ejaculation is to restore antegrade ejaculation though medical therapy or with surgical procedures, or to retrieve sperm from the urine to be used with assisted reproduction.
Of 66 patients who were postoperatively assessable regarding ejaculation, 11 patients (17%) reported retrograde ejaculation.
Baer's final opinion at that time was that sperm should be reported with the test results when present, given its occasional value in retrograde ejaculation and infertility.
Semen can sometimes be seen in the urine following retrograde ejaculation, making the urine look cloudy.
This concern included the possibility of retrograde ejaculation (backward flow of semen into the bladder duringorgasm).
Most men do get retrograde ejaculation (ejaculation of semen backward into the bladder instead of through the urethra to the outside), which most likely means that they can no longer father children.
Retrograde ejaculation means that during sexual climax, semen flows back into the bladder rather than out of the penis.
The chance of improving symptoms with a transurethal prostatectomy, he said, is only about 66%; following surgery prostate tissue grows back anyway, so that the operation may have to be repeated after about 10 years; and surgery often causes retrograde ejaculation, a condition in which ejaculated semen flows backward into the bladder, resulting in infertility.
No negative side effects have been found; the procedure avoids causing a major side effect of surgical intervention known as retrograde ejaculation, in which semen backs up into the bladder, making post-prostatectomy individuals infertile.