Delayed Ejaculation: Not Necessarily Erectile Dysfunction?
One of the most widely-spread causes behind delayed ejaculation is the presence post-inflammatory changes in the reproductive system. A crucial aspect in diagnosing is the patient’s age and the presence of a vascular diseases.
Delayed ejaculation is a rare occurring ejaculatory disorder that can be triggered by organic (physiological disorders, surgical operations on the pelvic organs, certain neurological diseases and injuries of the lumbar and sacral spinal cord) and mental reasons (anxiety, fear of failure, guilt) factors. Also, delayed ejaculation can be also caused by reception of medicines, for example, some drugs lower blood pressure and have an oppressive impact on central nervous system. A propensity to anal, oral contact or masturbation weakens the perception of specific experiences with vaginal coitus, which also may cause a delay in ejaculation during the commission of vaginal coitus.Insufficient or inadequate stimulation is another reason for ejaculation delay. So in adulthood (50+), many males reach orgasm only after more intense and prolonged stimulation.
Painful ejaculation is most often observed in inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary system (prostatitis, urethritis, colliculitis, vesicles, etc.). Ejaculatory reflux is often a consequence of organic changes in the genitourinary system man common after prostate surgery. However, the reason may be a long-term practice of the so-called Saxon sexual intercourse, basing on a sophisticated contraception technique: the partner pinches the penis straight before ejaculation and makes it cast semen into the bladder. Retrograde ejaculation can develop in those suffering from diabetes and chronic administration of certain drugs (e.g. Omnic and Cardura). Organic nature may also be the cause for the absence of ejaculation (for example, in diseases of the prostate gland).
As various authors claim, ejaculatory disorders are observed in 71% of alcohol abusing individuals, 85% of drug addicts and only 16% of males representing a general group. The treatment of ejaculatory disorders should first be directed to the elimination of its causes. Modern specialists strive to help the patient achieve the desired degree of sexual control. Treating doctors and urologists are trying to eliminate all the symptoms with the modern equipment, latest generation of drugs and physiotherapy in their arsenal. Thus, if you notice an erectile dysfunction in any of its manifestations, you should better not put off a visit to the doctor to eliminate further issue development.
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