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Have decreasing and oozing seminal fluid after Cryosurgery of prostate. Cause and cure?

My seminal fluid has been decreasing steadily since my cryosurgery for my prostate . Sex 30 days after surgery was normal but with bloodied semen which disappeared gradually. Then decreased semen over 5 months. Also an oozing after ejaculation over time. Even oozing overnight without sex. My fluid is almost imperceptible. Can you tell why this is ?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have undergone cryosurgery for Prostate enlargement 6 months back.

During any surgery for prostate the neck of the bladder is incised or resected.
In a normal situation during ejaculation bladder neck remains tightly closed which prevents the entry of semen in bladder and facilitates the passage of semen in urethra.
However after surgery on prostate the neck of the bladder being resected this mechanism is lost and semen enters the bladder what is called as Retrograde ejaculation
This is the reason for no semen coming out through urethra,
As regards passing watery duischare per urethra it is an excessive secretion of peri urethral glands located in urethra and it gas no significance at all.

Answered: Tue, 16 Jul 2013
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