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Author Topic: Retrogade Ejaculation  (Read 2143 times)
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JimmyHendrix
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« on: September 15, 2013, 07:20:59 PM »

Hi! I'm a newbie here and I'm not sure if there is already a question based on this.

While edging(which,I assume,is contracting the PC muscles so as to stop ejaculation right before the PONR,relaxing and going again),what would happen if the ejaculate is pushed back into the bladder,causing a retrogade ejaculation?And how to avoid it?

Also,should I contract the PC muscles once the semen enters the urethra,or before it enters the urethra from the prostate?

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« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2013, 05:46:03 PM »

Hi Jimmy,

Just when you are just about to hit the PONR, contract your PC muscles. But, it all depends on how you get there. If you are frantically masturbating and breathing swallow, it will be hard to stop ejaculating and contracting the PC hard may pump it in you bladder.
I take it real easy to the PONR and breathe deeply. When I feel Im close I keep on breathing deeply and relax. For me it is all about relaxing and making sure my penis is not full of so much energy. I draw it up to my head and around my body. It's awesome. I have been learning for about a month and thanks, in big part, to Keepitup Johnson's book I've learned not ejaculate in about 3 weeks. I don't feel deprived. I feel satisfied. I just don't rush into orgasm.
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