My WebMD Sign In, Sign Up

Ask Your Question

WebMD Answers

120 Characters remaining
120 Characters remaining
  • First, try and keep your question as short as possible.
  • Include specific words that will help us identify questions that may already have your answer.
  • If you don't find your answer, you can post your question to WebMD Experts and Contributors.

Close

Posted: | Report This Report Question |
Q.

Why can't I ejaculate?

I'm 22 years old. I recently had chronic prostatitis, and my urine flow was blocked. I had to get a foley catheter. It was removed 2 days ago. It feels like I'm going to ejaculate, but nothing comes out.

Related Topics: Ejaculation, Prostatitis, Catheter
 

Answers From Experts & Organizations (1)

Primary Care
4,934 Answers
28,541 Helpful Votes
393 Followers
A.
You will need to see  your urologist. You could be having retrograde ejaculations. This is where the ejaculation goes into the bladder instead of out of the end of your penis. This could be due to the chronic prostatitis that blocked your urine flow.

This answer should not be considered medical advice...down arrowThis answer should not be considered medical advice and should not take the place of a doctor’s visit. Please see the bottom of the page for more information or visit our Terms and Conditions.up arrow

Posted:
| Report This Report Answer

Was this helpful?

YesNo

Thanks for your feedback.

24 of 30 found this helpful