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What happens if i don't ejaculate after masturbation and will it cause any problem ?

Hi I m 30 year old unmarried. I want to know what happens when I masturbate for a long time but don t ejaculate? I do that many times. Will the semen that came to urethra from balls go back to balls. Is this right to do
Asked On : Fri, 20 May 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response
hello friend.
Once semen released and reached to urethra, it can not go back.
If you does not allow it to come out, it will be expelled out during urination.
So, what you are doing is neither good practice nor it has any advantage.
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OBGYN Dr. Rhea Chanda's  Response
This is called retrograde ejaculation when the semen is carried through the urethra and may be expelled in the bladder.This may happen if you climax but dont ejaculate.Technically there is no harm but you find it difficult to ejaculate in the future esp if you want children.
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