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I was diagnosed with BPH. My urologist prescribed me Tamsulosin. The first three nights were horrible. My pee was from weak stream to dripping. Then it was gradually back to the stage before taking the med. Then I had severe allergy, running nose all the time for a week. I thought it was normal allergy (although I hardly experienced any allergy in my life). It's gone in a couple of weeks. Then I noticed my retrograde ejaculation and severe ED. I am 56 yo healthy and exercise daily. My ED gets worse that even taking 100 mg of Viagra still could not retain my erection. So I stopped a couple of weeks ago and discussed with the doc about it. He said that its the indication that the drug works. But my urination has not been improved but actually gotten worse. Since I stopped (two weeks already), I am still experiencing retrograde ejaculation, actually it's worse than ever to the point of nothing really comes out. I cannot maintain my erection. It's so bad. I am not sure if anyone has experienced this. Will the condition goes away? I am hoping that stopping the pills, the condition will reverse back to normal. I hope this is not a permanent.
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