John Mulhall, MD, the chair of the committee for the American Urological Association (AUA) testosterone guidelines, summarizes indications regarding anejaculation. He explains the anatomical and physiological differences of retrograde ejaculation and failure of emission, and possible etiologies for these symptoms. Furthermore, he reviews the recommendations for diagnosis, management, and use of electroejaculation for semen retrieval.Read More
John Mulhall, MD
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Dr. Mulhall is a board-certified urologist and a microsurgeon who specializes in sexual and reproductive medicine and surgery. As a microsurgeon, he performs delicate procedures using operating microscopes and miniaturized precision instruments on the very small structures in the genirourinary tract. As part of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s Survivorship Initiative, Dr. Mulhall and his team have established a Male Sexual and Reproductive Medicine Program, which is devoted entirely to the care of men who have suffered sexual difficulties or fertility problems as a result of their cancer or cancer treatment. He directs the sexual and reproductive medicine team, which includes a nurse practitioner, a nurse, and a psychologist.