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Delayed Ejaculation & Failure To Conceive
In my work as a sex therapist, one of the problems that I often come across is male sexual dysfunction in the form of delayed ejaculation.
What I have noticed is that in the majority of cases, men are very reluctant to seek treatment for delayed ejaculation. This seems to be a condition that even now, at a time when premature ejaculation is freely discussed on the Internet and elsewhere, is shrouded in mystery, shame and a sense of failure.
Now I want to tell you that actually it’s extremely common — about one man in 10 can’t come during intercourse easily, or indeed perhaps at all. This means that there need be no shame attached to the condition, and since treatment is actually comparatively easy — at least in the hands of a competent therapist — there should be no reason why a man who is having difficulty ejaculating during intercourse does not seek treatment.
Regrettably, the nature of the condition is that men who have it appear to be very reluctant to seek help, and more often than not, the treatment trigger is the dissatisfaction on the part of the woman who wishes to conceive a baby, and who has for a considerable length of time, been prepared to tolerate a relationship in which man is not ejaculate during intercourse.
At the point where her biological clock is speaking loudly enough to her to cause discomfort and unease about the prospect of not conceiving a child, one of two things usually happens: either the relationship breaks up, or, more often, the woman brings the man into therapy, and there is tension and bitterness between them. It’s for this reason that if you’re looking at reasons why you can’t conceive, and one of them is that you’re having difficulty with male orgasmic disorder, then I would recommend the following site as a means to possibly achieve easier orgasm and ejaculation during intercourse. www.doctorsenlargement.com Check it our now – there’s an online treatment program with a 96% success rate.
In case you’re not familiar with the condition, delayed ejaculation is a comparatively common condition in men, in which they have difficulty reaching the point of ejaculation and orgasm during sexual intercourse. Usually, men have no difficulty reaching orgasm during masturbation, a fact which has been used to indicate a psychological or emotional origin of this condition, often lying within the relationship.
It’s certainly true that in my experience as a sex therapist, many men who have orgasmic difficulty or ejaculatory dysfunction of this kind, will certainly have a degree of hostility, anger and resentment towards their partner, but just as often they may simply be holding sexual guilt and shame which prohibits and inhibits the ejaculatory reflex. It is also possible, although there is little evidence to support this suggestion, that delayed ejaculation may be caused by an insensitive penis, a slow or unresponsive bulbocavernoasal reflex, or by medication which the man is taking a completely different condition.
In all cases, it’s an extremely good idea to have a medical checkup to make sure that there isn’t a physical cause, and only then to engage in treatment, preferably with a sex therapist who can understand exactly what relationship dynamic is playing out between the couple, as well as offering practical treatment suggestions that will allow the man to ejaculate more easily.
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