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Having less ejaculation. Sperm seen in urine. Is it possible to have retrograde ejaculation but still have to ejaculate?

hello i notice i dont have much ejaculate. maybe about 0.5-1 ml. i also notice sperm in my urine as im able to check under a microscope. about 20-40 per high power field. is it possible to have retrograde ejaculation but still have some ejaculate? im 30, never had any surgery or injury in that area. and healthy and not overweight . my libido is fine as well thanks
Asked On : Wed, 6 Jun 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query,based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have retrograde ejaculation and ejaculation of little volume of semen simultaneously which you have confirmed yourself by presence of sperms in urine on microscopic examination of urine immediately after ejaculation .

It is possible to have both retrograde and normal ejaculation simultaneously particularly during masturbation when one attempts to hold the penis tightly .

Answered: Mon, 7 Apr 2014
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