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Rectum prolapse
After rectopexy surgery for rectum prolapse i am not able to ejaculate nd also erection is not full. I had my surgery 15 days ago. I am worried. My surgeon said it will take it around 8 to 12 week nd after dat only i cn able to ejaculate. Is it true? Why am i not able to ejaculate right now? Wat cn b d possibilities?
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Do not worry wail 2 week evey thing will OK.
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Alteration of bladder and sexual function should be a rare complication in a properly performed abdominal procedure. The pelvic sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves run along the rectum; if dissection is not carried out in the proper plane, injury can occur, leading to bladder dysfunction, impotence, or retrograde ejaculation. This is an important consideration in the selection of the repair procedure, especially in men, though the risk of injury should be less than 1-2%...
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