I masterbated 4 and a half weeks after TURP

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My current condition through 4 and a half weeks has me bleeding minimally but havent seen blood for about 3 days. I am still not emptying bladder in one shot but notice improvement. About a week ago i did start having a minor pain at the end of urinating, it comes and goes. Physically I feel fine and today decided to masterbate. The process was successful but felt some very minor discomfort as I ejaculated and the desire wasnt as intense as before TURP. Of course right now fear of the unknown may be playing tricks on my psyche. Has anyone had a similar experience on initial sex or masterbation after TURP?

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    Yes, same thing, it shuts off sphincter to bladder or something and your bladder can not empty. I was in pain. Eventually the pain went away, I urinated on myself while walking.  It will go back to normal.
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    The climax is not as intense, not the same.  Also the initial desire to want to urinate is weak, not a strong feeling, a weak impulse, but when I am in the bathroom I urinate ok.  The sensation to want to urinate is very weak and different. But nonetheless it is there. Hope that helps.
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    Hi Paul, I'm curious, did your uro actually save your ejaculatory function or did you just get lucky?

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    I did have sex three times on my post op day #14. Had TURP on June 1, 2016 and had sex 3x on June 15, 2016. Everything works perfectly fine with just st RE but adventage as in recovery time between orgasams. Recovery time wS way shorter and I was not feeling tired Swith having normal ejaculation. 

    I was losting longer with shorter recovery times between orgasams. 

    But it did not lost long. TURP discovered prostate Ca and soon after I as on downhill with all what goes with prostate Ca.



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