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can a lesion in the urinary tract cause a man not be able to ejaculate?

I have been diagnosed by a  Urologist that I have a lesion in my urethra. Can this condition keep me from being able to ejaculate during sex?
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Sounds more like you are dealing specifically with retrograde ejaculation. When climaxing, is it that you don't feel your PC muscles convulse but you don't have any semen volume?
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