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Thank you for your message. Since your prostate was removed surgically, any seminal fluid (which previously included sperm cells) no longer exists. The more likely explanation is a condition known as "climacturia", which is when urine is discharged while experiencing an orgasm. You should certainly discuss this with your medical provider. For more information, please see: https://www.yananow.org/MinorSE.shtml
Doing as many Kegel exercises as possible may help to reduce or eliminate this problem. The purpose of those exercises is to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, including the primary urinary sphincter that controls the release of urine. The secondary sphincter at the base of the bladder (which automatically closes during orgasm) was compromised as a result of your surgery.
You can do those Kegel exercises any time, even while watching TV, taking a shower, or driving your car (but keep you eyes on the road at all times), and nobody will know except you. I did many hundreds of them each day after my surgery, and it made a huge difference for me.