Missing Vas Deferens

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  1. chrisndenv

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    Finally went to the urologist to explore a steady decrease in ejaculate over the past number of years. Turns out rare birth defect led to the vas deferens not being present and one of the kidneys not developing. The lack of fluid is from one of the seminal vesicles appearantly (blocked is the guess). Not that big a deal. Nuts are normal size and hormones are actually on the high side. Still fair amount of precum and semen and intense orgasms. Anyone else have/hear of someone with this?
     
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    No never heard of that. But if they were missing since birth, how did that cause a decrease in volume over the years?
     
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    The decrease in volume is being attributed to a blockage or partial from one of the seminal vessicles.
     
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