Shooting blanks used to mean ejaculate with no live sperm as in after a vasectomy as far as I always knew. No problem if you change it to be no ejeculate but I wanted to be sure folks understood the difference in case they had the same definition as I did. No worries.
I have a freind that works out at the Gym with me, the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables Florida. When I told him my bladder story, he told me his prostate Story. He had had all the tests and received a telephone call saying that he was good to go...no cancer. Three days later he got a call saying they made a mistake, he did have prostate cancer, and it was so high on the Gleason Scale that there was no choice but to remove it. He went to Sloan-Kettering (top cancer people). They took out his prostate with the new robotic method and used the nerve sparing method. The robot is called the Da Vinci. According to him his erection is now better than before, no incontenence problems, he just shoots blanks.