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frustrated manEjaculating represents the culmination of the male sexual act, whether it's achieved through intercourse or masturbation. It's not only the ultimate pleasurable feeling that all men desire but also a basic instinctual drive created by nature to promote propagation of our species. Ejaculation however is not always the guaranteed conclusion to a sexual act and there are many problems men can experience that are associated with it.

While probably the commonly discussed sexual dysfunction associated with ejaculation is regarding uncontrolled or premature ejaculation, a less well known problem that can be just as devastating is known as "delayed ejaculation." This term refers to the unfortunate situation where a man is unable to ejaculate for one reason or other.

The most common form of delayed ejaculation is when a man is unable to ejaculate in the presence of his partner but has no problem ejaculating when masturbating. In this case the root of the problem is purely psychological and involves certain hang-ups that are creating a mental barrier to ejaculation.

Many times this sort of problem is related to certain religious teachings as some peoples beliefs lead them to think of sex as something that is wrong or sinful. In other cases this problem is due to some sort of early traumatic event such as sex abuse or if the person has been emotionally hurt because of an affair. Another cause, and probably the simplest to explain, is that there is just a basic lack of sexual attraction with the other partner which makes it impossible to reach climax.

When the root cause is psychological it is often advisable to seek professional help. A qualified therapist can help uncover deep psychological issues and suggest treatment to overcome these problems.

Even though this condition usually has psychological roots, there are other times when the problem stems from a physical ailment. For example, a man might have difficulty ejaculating if his body produces lower levels of semen. In this case it can be helpful to use a supplement called a semen volumizer to help increase the amount of semen that the body outputs.

Another possible physical cause is when the sexual organs that make up the pelvic floor are poorly developed. Luckily there are specific exercises designed to help strengthen these muscles. Learning to relax these muscles and gain control over them can help you to gain better control over your ejaculation.

Posted by PRS
Saturday, August 5th, 2006


2 Responses to "Delayed Ejaculation Problems"

My partner had an curcumsition opperation,in july 2009,for medical reasons, but since then he has not been able to ejectulate. He can get an erection and he feels like he wants to come, but nothing. Is this a medical problem, or an result of the op? He had no problems before. (He is aged 50 years)

Hi Marcia,

Circumcision does remove most of the fine-touch penile neuroreceptors which can greatly reduce the level of sensation felt during stimulation. For some this loss of feeling may have a direct impact on the ability to ejaculate. I recommend that your partner consult his physician for a professional diagnosis.

He might also wish to try a semen volumizer supplement which helps to increase semen production. By elevating the amount of semen produced by the body, ejaculation itself becomes more intense. VolumePills is one such brand that has been shown to increase semen output by up to 500% of normal volume. Keep in mind that like with all natural supplements it does take some time before the full effects are felt. Maximum effectiveness is usually reached within a 3-4 month period of use.

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