The first symptom of retrograde ejaculation is the absence of ejaculate when the man reaches climax. At this point, the patient should ideally visit the urologist who will be in charge of requesting the necessary tests to establish a diagnosis and the best treatment.
To do this, the urologist will ask questions to complete the patient's medical history and perform a physical examination to examine the penis and testicles. In addition, the specialist will request complementary tests such as an analysis of neuronal function and a urinalysis to detect the presence of spermatozoa.
Read the full article on: What Is Retrograde Ejaculation? – Causes & Treatment ( 39).
By Cristina Mestre Ferrer B.Sc., M.Sc. (embryologist), Sergio Rogel Cayetano M.D. (gynecologist) and Romina Packan (invitra staff).
Last Update: 01/28/2021