| | retrograde ejaculation fix?
My wife and I have been trying to have a child for the past 2 years, even though we know the chances are slim. I am 25, and am in good health. I've never had surgery, or any major health problems with exception of this summer (where I was diagnosed with a pitutary tumor, which is in question anyway). The problem is, is that I've never been able to ejaculate... never. I've developed completely normal. I had some testing done, and they did find sperm in my urine, which does confirm the problem. There was not a specific count, but it simply said "many sperm present". I have not yet had the appointment to find out how to 'fix' the problem. I wanted to do some research prior to the apointment so I would be knowledgeable about my options. I had read that taking 125 mg of Sudafed sometimes corrects the problem in about 25% of the cases. I heard that there is a minor surgery they can do that can fix the 'plumbing', and restore normal ejaculation. What kind of surgery is done, and what is the success rate? Thanks!