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- Feb 09 2017
Ejaculation Disorders in Men
The time of your ejaculation makes a difference in your sexual life. Any abnormalities in it can result to an unsatisfied partner therefore it should be avoided as much as possible.
In clinical practice there are mainly four ejaculatory disorders and they are:
1. Premature ejaculation
This is the most common one. Premature ejaculation occurs when a man does not have control over ejaculation, and as a result, he and his partner are not sexually satisfied. It can happen in as little as 30 seconds to a minute, and may even occur before penetration. The average time it takes before a man ejaculates during intercourse is about four to five minutes.
- The exact cause is not known, but it is often rooted in physical, psychological, or emotional issues such as anxiety, stress or depression.
Types of premature ejaculation
- Primary premature ejaculation: Where you have always had the problem.
- Secondary premature ejaculation: Where you recently developed the problem.
- Counselling is recommended to treat premature ejaculation. This may include psychotherapy, as well as learning ways to communicate with your partner about sexual dysfunction.
- Medications are used to treat depression and stress.
- Numbing creams are used directly on the genitals to help control premature ejaculation.
2. Retrograde ejaculation
Normally, contraction of the sphincter of the bladder occurs before ejaculation in order to force the semen to exit the urethra. But in retrograde ejaculation, the semen is redirected to the urinary bladder via the urethra.
3. Delayed ejaculation or impaired ejaculation
This is a common medical condition. Here a person takes more than a normal period of time to ejaculate.
In anorgasmia, or Coughlan's syndrome a person cannot achieve orgasm despite acceptable stimulation. This condition can frustrate your partner.
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