You're at increased risk of retrograde ejaculation if:
Jan. 30, 2014
- You have diabetes or multiple sclerosis
- You've had prostate or bladder surgery
- You take certain drugs for high blood pressure or a mood disorder
- You had a spinal cord injury
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