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Old 01-06-2011, 04:04 PM   #1
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You have provided a detailed technical explanation of climacturia. I think it may be spelled climaxturia. I have reviewed postings on this subject and all have experienced this after RP. I had a TURP laser procedure, I still have my prostrate and I have climaxturia.

My uroligist looked at me like I had three heads when I explained my condition, he had not heard of it. I had to go to Best Doctors Inc at Harvard Medical center for a diagnosis.

My suggested treatment plan was to catherize myself three times a day and before sex. This was difficult to experience an erection after catherization, I am not a young man, but urine was expelled during ejactulation, not as much as before a catherization, but how much urine is too much?

I read the comments received from a doctor saying urine is bacturia free and is only a body fluid! I have contacted the American Urological Association, Johns-Hopkins, and UVA medical school looking for a research program without sucess.

This, in my case, is not erectile dysfunction. I have the erections but mentally cannnot pee on someone.
I am at a loss on where to go from here

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Old 01-07-2011, 12:16 AM   #2
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Re: climaxturia

I have spoken to several men who experience climacturia following RP either as dribbles or gushers. They suggest medicines like Flomax or Uroxatral, peeing beforehand (one said he voids more completely in the shower), kegel exercises, limiting fluid intake for a few hours before, or drying medications like scopolamine.

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