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The Prostate and BPH Therapy

Generally the ejaculatory ducts will heal properly following prostate surgery and a man will still have ejaculate enter his urethra via the prostate. If the bladder-neck sphincter is damaged during prostate surgery, continence can sometimes still be maintained, but retrograde ejaculation (backward ejaculation into the bladder) will be a likely result. The external sphincter (furthest from the bladder) is primarily responsible for urine retention. If damaged during prostate surgery or BPH therapy, incontinence could result. Two important areas of morbidity that can be seen following prostate surgery are related to damage to the sphincters and they include; retrograde ejaculation and incontinence.

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