dry orgasm

Male sexual climax (orgasm) without external release of semen—ejaculation; most often the semen releases into the bladder, which is termed retrograde ejaculation

dry orgasm

The experience of male sexual climax without ejaculation or the emission of semen. Dry orgasm may be experienced by boys before puberty and by adult males with neurological or prostatic diseases.
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So far not a single patient has developed dry orgasm following its use.
The paper, by Sturch, Woo, McNicholas and Muir suggests the days of men having to accept the inevitability of dry orgasms following BPH treatment should be over as new surgical techniques and treatments become available.
Mr Neil Barber, Consultant Urologist at Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey says: "Up to now, men with BPH have had two pretty unattractive options - either lifelong drug treatment which is less effective than surgery and has possible side effects including sexual dysfunction, dizziness and headaches, or cutting away parts of the prostate - known as TURP - that is really good at relieving BPH symptoms but has a significant chance of causing permanent dry orgasms and erection problems, and a small chance of developing urinary incontinence.