Me and a friend was discussing a subject who has to do with the male anatomy.The discussion was about if it's possible to take a operation so you don't are able to ejaculate longer (or produce semen).My tought was that it is only possibly to take a sterility operation, so only the sperm cells don't are able to get ejaculated (but they are still being produced).My friend's tought was that it also was possibly to take a operation so you don't are able to ejaculate prostate and precum either, but it's few people who takes such operations.Who was right, and who was wrong? If anyone knows the answer, it would be interesting to hear.
Is this possibly?
You were right. But I suppose it's possible to remove the Cowpers Gland(precum) and the seminal vesicle and produce nothning at all. But I've never ever heard of something like that being done.
Well, its possible, but no reason to ever do it. To completely eliminate any fluid from ever being ejaculated again, the operation would have to remove the prostate gland, the seminal vesicles, and the cowper's glands. But removing these glands would also render your orgasm weak or non-existent as well, and can also cause erection problems.