Male Organ Function Issue - About Retrograde Male Seed Release

Male Organ Function Issue: About Retrograde
Male Seed Release
When male organ function is fine, a man’s sensual life is so much easier.
Every guy wants his male organ function to always hum along smoothly like
a well-tended motor. But occasionally there can be a few male organ health
hiccups along the way, a few things that may impede proper function. One
of the more unusual such male organ function issues is known as retrograde
male seed release.
What is retrograde male seed release?
Most men are already familiar with the term (and the experience of) male
seed release – that is, the expulsion of male seed (usually in a rather forceful
and pleasurable manner) from the member through the urethra. But what is
this retrograde business?
Well, retrograde is defined as “directed or moving backward,” which is kind
of what happens with retrograde male seed release – the male seed release is
directed to move backward out of the manhood, rather than upward out of
the shaft of the member. This means that the manhood evacuates most or all
of the male seed into the bladder instead.
When a man has retrograde male seed release, he still experiences
pleasurable release, often as strong and intense as that associated with a
traditional member male seed release. This is often referred to as a dry
pleasurable release. Often, because the male seed is re-routed into the
bladder, a man may notice that his urine is cloudy, especially soon after a
male seed release.
What causes it?
Why would such a thing as retrograde male seed release happen in the first
Various components of male seed are mixed together in the prostate before
expulsion. When it leaves the prostate to get into the urethra, it passes by the
opening to the bladder. There is a muscle – the bladder neck muscle – that
closes tightly to prevent male seed from escaping into the bladder. If the
bladder neck muscle is weakened or damaged, it may not close completely –
or at all. (When a man really needs to urinate but is not in a position where
he can do that, it’s the bladder neck muscle that squeezes shut to keep urine
in the bladder until a more appropriate time for release.)
Generally, a weakening of this muscle is a result of surgery or a side effect
of certain medications. In some cases, medical conditions that cause nerve
damage (such as diabetes, Parkinson’s, or multiple sclerosis) may interfere
with the muscle’s proper function.
Male organ function
As noted, most men still experience satisfying pleasurable releases with
retrograde male seed release. However, if the male seed is going into the
bladder rather than being released through the member, it can create serious
issues for couples wishing to conceive.
Men who experience dry pleasurable releases and are interested in becoming
fathers should consult with a physician to determine if retrograde male seed
releases are the issue; there may be other male seed production problems at
play instead.
If retrograde male seed release is the issue, the doctor will try to determine
the cause. If it is likely a side effect of a medication, switching medications
may be all that is required. In some cases, it may be treated with other
medications. And in some cases, especially those in which surgery has
resulted in the condition, there may be little that can be done to correct the
Retrograde male seed release is an extreme male organ function issue; often
helping maintain proper male organ health can be useful with some male
organ function issues. To this end, use a top-drawer male organ health creme
(health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically
proven mild and safe for skin) regularly. The best crèmes will contain both
L-arginine and L-carnitine. The former is an amino acid that helps keep male
organ blood vessels expanding properly by boosting nitric oxide production.
The latter helps fight nerve damage caused by friction and compression,
which can result in diminished sensation in the manhood.