My progress

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Iv'e been having some good luck as of lately. My Dr. put me on Doxycycline a while back ( about a month ) and the effects of the prostatitis Iv'e had for about seven years seems to be slowly going away. I am improving in my daily activites and am getting on finally with my life than I ever had before. I had a TURP seven years ago and while the retro ejaculation used to bother me quite a bit, it really doesn't bother me much anymore. I can still have great erections and the orgasms are fine. Besides it doesn't seem to bother the women that much anyhow. I still have a little dribbling after peeing, but my stream is strong and good. The Dr. seems to think I am completrly emptying my bladder. I will continue to see this Dr. and hope my progress will eventually reach 100%.  I have a strong faith in the LORD and know he is responsible for this.

      Steve 

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    Wonderful to read good news, praying your improving continues.  I had turp eight weeks ago and feel fully recovered but I know I'm not.  My stream is now strong, I think I could peal the bark off a tree with it, (joke).  Strong erections have returned along with strong orgasms, no retro and very little if any dripping after peeing.  I am fortunate to have had such good luck.

    Best of luck to you Steven

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      I believe it was traditional turp, I wasn't told if it was anything else.  The doc that did mine said he has done allot of these, what that means is anybodys guess.  Retro would not have mattered, I wanted to be able to pee.

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      I agree with what saying about just wanting to be able to pee. You got the added bonus of no RE. You're Blessed

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      And they'll CONTINUE to improve, my friend.  Your post spoke to a sense of spirituality.  Smart man!

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      Explain how you felt immediately after operation, was there pain, how was it a few weeks after, any problems, when did you really get better. Can you participate in sports or are you restricted. Was a turp your only possibility.
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    See.. Things change but they take their time.. Hope is always there.. Chances of getting better never fades.. I am glad that u returned to life.. And started living life actually.. Stay happy.. smile

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