I was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer 8 years ago and successfully underwent Brachytherapy nine months later. However, as a result, I have had dry orgasms. I was led to believe that that this condition would be permanent due to irreversible damage caused by the radiation. However, in the past year I have experienced a secretion of a small amount of colourless glutinous liquid a few minutes after a dry orgasm. There seems to have been an increase in this fluid in the last few months. Could it be that the body is repairing itself after so many years of dry orgasms? Is this post orgasm fluid actually sperm or is it something else?View Thread
Appreciate your feedback Bill. My Urologist was surprised that I would have no sperm ejaculation whatsoever so I guess that they overdid the Brachy radiation in my case. I would imagine that this liquid that you refer to is the same as mine. It has a smoky smell to it and doesn't have the appearance of sperm at all. However, it would be interesting to know why there is a delay of a few minutes after orgasm before this liquid is secreted. Obviously, however, remains the key question of whether it is possible for sperm to appear in this liquid and whether the apparatus that enables sperm ejaculation is "fried" beyond repair.View Thread
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