Dribbling ejaculation

Bilbo Swaggins

Active Member
I don’t expect to get many answers to my question, because it seems to be a subject that many people don’t like talking about. But I’m not asking this just out of curiosity, or because I’m overthinking things. I’m asking this question because I’ve started seeing a physiotherapist and it turns out I have a weak pelvic floor.

I always thought that the fact I had a dribbling ejaculation was due to low libido, PIED, etc. But it seems that it could be a separate issue. Just to make it clear, by this I mean that the sperm sort of leaks out of my dick when I reach orgasm, it never comes out in blasts, even after a 90-minute edging session.

My question is, does anybody else have this as well? Do guys with ED have ‘normal ejaculations’? In other words, is this just a pelvic floor issue or is it also brain related?

Any ideas on this are welcome. I’d just like to add that I’ve been rebooting for 13 months with zero relapse, and so far I haven’t noticed any change in my ejaculations.
 

Cp6uH

Member
Hey bro,first of all congratulations on 13 months that is amazing ! Second of all I don't know what seems to be the issue but I also have PIED and never experienced such ejaculation.Try Kegels,you've got nothing to lose.Also could you tell me when did you start having sex ?
 

Bilbo Swaggins

Active Member
Hey bro,first of all congratulations on 13 months that is amazing ! Second of all I don't know what seems to be the issue but I also have PIED and never experienced such ejaculation.Try Kegels,you've got nothing to lose.Also could you tell me when did you start having sex ?
Thanks for your answer man!
I started masturbating at around 13 (at first without porn), and I started having sex at around 16. My ejaculation has always been the way I described it, even when I was 13 and hadn’t started looking at porn. While I understand that we’re more likely to have small loads when we’re not very excited, or desensitized because of porn, I’m starting to realize that a weak pelvic floor is a separate issue. It’s probably what caused dribbling ejaculations in my case (and other symptoms, like frequent urination, difficulty in emptying the bladder completely when urinating, pain after sex, etc.). That’s the opinion of my physiotherapist as well. And yes, he told me to do some Kegels, and he showed me the good way to do them.
 

mousemat1

Well-Known Member
Hey Bilbo.

I doubt this is brain related. In the past I've had the kind of ejaculation you're talking about, but it was usually when I've masturbated too much. Not always, but it's happened.

You're not using the death grip when you masturbate, are you? This could affect the flow of ejaculate. How old are you Bilbo? Frequent urination and difficulty emptying your bladder could be signs of prostatitis. I think excessive masturbation, especially edging, can cause prostatitis.
 

Bilbo Swaggins

Active Member
Hey Bilbo.

I doubt this is brain related. In the past I've had the kind of ejaculation you're talking about, but it was usually when I've masturbated too much. Not always, but it's happened.

You're not using the death grip when you masturbate, are you? This could affect the flow of ejaculate. How old are you Bilbo? Frequent urination and difficulty emptying your bladder could be signs of prostatitis. I think excessive masturbation, especially edging, can cause prostatitis.
Thanks for the answer, mousemat.

I’m 33. I’ve always had dribbling ejaculations, even when I was a teenager. It doesn’t matter if I go 30 days without sex or orgasm, I still have dribbling ejaculations. I never used death grip.

I’m trying to investigate bladder problems with my doctor and urologist, but it ain’t easy. They don’t seem to care. I’ve started measuring the amount of urine I produce in one day: it’s usually between 3 and 3.5 liters, which is extremely high. My doctor said not to worry about this. I’m trying to get a second opinion.

I’m also seeing a physiotherapist who specializes in men’s pelvic floor. I don’t know yet if I have issues with my pelvic floor, we’re still investigating. But things certainly don’t look normal down there… I piss way too much, and I have a constant discomfort in the whole area. It could be the bladder, the urethra, the pelvic floor… Still trying to figure this out.
 

Jeks

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Hey Bilbo, as you know i also have problems with frequent urination. The cause for me seems to be IPP. It means, that i have got plague in my cavernous body, which irritates my urethra. It usually is connected with a bent penis, but not always. Also in my case i did not notice it. It can be diagnosed with an ultrasound of the penis.
Its maybe worth it to get it checked out, because its not something most urologists are aware of in connection with frequent urination.
Do you feel like the stimulus to pee comes from your urethra and from your penis?
 

Bilbo Swaggins

Active Member
Hey Bilbo, as you know i also have problems with frequent urination. The cause for me seems to be IPP. It means, that i have got plague in my cavernous body, which irritates my urethra. It usually is connected with a bent penis, but not always. Also in my case i did not notice it. It can be diagnosed with an ultrasound of the penis.
It’s maybe worth it to get it checked out, because its not something most urologists are aware of in connection with frequent urination.
Do you feel like the stimulus to pee comes from your urethra and from your penis?
Thanks, Jeks. I’ll definitely talk with my doctor and physiotherapist about this.

I don’t know where the stimulus comes from. I find it hard to tell if it comes from the pelvic floor (perineum), the bladder, the urethra or the penis. I don’t even know if there’s a problem with this sensation. If I only peed 1 or 1.5 liter a day, like a normal person, then it would be a problem to always feel like peeing. But with the huge amount of pee I produce, the urge might me totally normal. When I go to the bathroom, I usually pee 350 ml, which is in range.

As you see, it’s a complex issue, and there are many credible scenarios. I have to keep investigating with my physiotherapist and my urologist. My urologist is really lazy, though, it sucks… When I meet with him, it usually lasts 5 minutes at the most, and he always finishes by saying ‘Go see a therapist’. I’m trying to meet with another urologist.
 

mousemat1

Well-Known Member
Just out of curiosity, how many litres of water do you drink each day. Obviously, the more you drink, the more you pee.

Not being able to fully empty your bladder can cause some serious urinary tract infections. Find a better urologist, get your prostate checked out and also look into the condition mentioned by Jeks.
 

Bilbo Swaggins

Active Member
Just out of curiosity, how many litres of water do you drink each day. Obviously, the more you drink, the more you pee.

Not being able to fully empty your bladder can cause some serious urinary tract infections. Find a better urologist, get your prostate checked out and also look into the condition mentioned by Jeks.
Thanks mousemat.

I drink around 4 coffees, 3 glasses of water and 1 beer (2500 ml average). It’s a lot. My doctor and my physiotherapist both said that chances were very small that I actually had a problem with my bladder or kidneys. If I did, blood tests would reveal deficiencies, and I would have pain when I urinate, which I don’t. Actually I saw my physio yesterday, and he did a thorough examination. He kindly recommended that I stop worrying about this. According to him, I probably don’t have physical issues down there.

I still don’t know if I only have PIED or if I suffer from something else too, but it seems I don’t have pelvic or urinary issues. Gotta investigate in other directions, and be patient.
 
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