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Other Ejaculation Problems

Most men know all about premature ejaculation; heck, if you’re on this site, you’re getting an eyeful! Premature ejaculation is one of the most feared sexual dysfunction a man can have; it does not discriminate based on age or race and causes a great deal of stress and anxiety, both internally and in the relationship. However, ejaculation problems can happen that aren’t just the dreaded premature ejaculation ones. What other ejaculation problems exist?

Delayed Ejaculation

If you’re suffering from premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation may sound like the best thing since beer and wings night.

Delayed ejaculation is the condition wherein a man has difficulties ejaculating and ends up taking far too long for himself and his partner. While it may sound good in concept, it can cause problems. Women lose all sensation and a man feels almost like he’s in a bad comedy and can’t get out again! Delayed ejaculation generally comes about as a result of emotional distress; a male who really isn’t into the idea of having sex with his partner (it happens!) may find it hard to ejaculate. Physical conditions are often linked to masturbation; a man masturbates one way and has sex in a vastly different way and so loses all sensation. Finally, delayed ejaculation has been tentatively linked to pornography (the idea being that a man who watches a lot of porn has a distorted view on reality and so is disappointed with it), but there is little concrete evidence of this yet.

Getting rid of delayed ejaculation can often be achieved using the same premature ejaculation cures, namely in things like visualization and exercise. In this case though, you may have to visualize things which stimulate you and get used to having your penis aroused in different ways. You’ll probably have to bring your partner in on this!

Retrograde Ejaculation

Retrograde ejaculation is fortunately a relatively uncommon sexual dysfunction. In this case, the semen doesn’t exit the penis and instead is redirected to the bladder where it is urinated out later. This happens as a result of the sphincter not functioning correctly. While this problem is far from health threatening, it does render most men effectively infertile (though not completely as some sperm does usually escape) and some complain that orgasm isn’t as intense.

Unfortunately, there is very little that can be done about retrograde ejaculation. A few medications can help, but they must be taken within two hours of intercourse and that ruins the spontaneity of the whole thing!

Premature ejaculation is only one part of the various sexual dysfunctions that can plague men young and old. Ejaculation issues in any guise are relatively common (striking over half of men at some point in their lives) and they are nothing to be ashamed of. Understanding the different ejaculation problems is important so that you know what to watch for and more importantly, so that you know that you are not alone if you are suffering from one of them.

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