Troubles Finishing: Learning How you can manage your Delayed Ejaculation

The Male Sexual experience

Humans grew to relish and seek sex. It’s Evolution. We’re programmed to enjoy it, even with repercussions. While intercourse offers euphoria, pleasure, and bonding, conclusively it’s tightly linked with procreation. Reality is that ejaculation plays a big role in copulation as an award and tool.

What is Male Ejaculation?

Male ejaculation refers to when the penis discharges semen during sexual activity. It’s generated by contracting muscles at the base of the penis which forces it out. Following this ejection, the penis loses its erection and the reproductive system enters a refractory period.

This piece of an encounter can cause a pregnancy. It also typically occurs simultaneously with the climax of an episode (some report orgasms without ejaculating and vice versa). Customarily, if a man does not ejaculate, he does not experience an orgasm, the intent for most sexual encounters -both casual and solemn.

Can’t cum during sex?

This is a fairly recognized problem among men of all generations, so there is nothing shameful or unnatural about it. Loss of ejaculate can make you less ambitious about having sex. Sure, this episode is something to expect every once in a while, but when it starts to intervene with your personal life, consider if the following pertains to you:

  • Delayed ejaculation (also known as inhibited, impaired, or retarded ejaculation)

These are the official medical terminology for the condition where sufferers experience a persistent difficulty (or complete inability) to achieve an orgasm. In order for your personal ejaculation problems to be classified as such, it must meet the following criteria:

  • Persists in the presence of sexual stimulation you genuinely enjoy
  • It takes a prolonged duration to cause ejaculation (if any). There is no exact representation, but roughly 30-40 min.
  • Can be lifelong or acquired (you were born with delayed ejaculation or it started one day)
  • Can be generalized or situational (meaning it can occur all the time or during certain situations). Like if you can finish when they masturbate, but not during penetration)

What causes ejaculation problems?

When you can’t cum during sex, there’s often a mix of psychological and physiological facts that warrant investigation. Assess your mental state. Is sex stressing you out? Maybe you are exhibiting some performance anxiety or have something non-sexual in the back of your mind such as relationship complications? Maybe you are worried because you’ve had ejaculation problems in the past and you are psyching yourself up for it? These things among other components like stress and lack of confidence can contribute to your condition.

There is also a biological side to all of this. If you have just started a new prescription such as antidepressants (like Zoloft or Prozac) or even male enhancement drugs (such as Viagra or Levitra), you should discuss side effects with your doctor.

If you believe there is a physiological concern, talk to your physician about getting tested for certain diseases. Diabetes, heart and vascular disease, neurological disorders (Parkinson’s), hormonal imbalances, alcoholism, drug abuse, or kidney/ liver failure may be the culprits. If your parents, siblings, or grandparents have this, your DNA may make you exposed.

Overcoming delayed ejaculation

There is hope as several treatment options are available to patients suffering from such conditions. This is something you will have to figure out as you confront your personal cause. Talking to licensed doctors, psychologists, or psychiatrists can figure out how to return your control. Whether this means working on your cognition or changing your medications, working through the underlying problems and confronting them head-on should do the trick.