Male sexual dysfunctions is a topic that many people are reluctant to discuss. Fortunately, most cases of sexual dysfunction are curable, so it is important to share your problems with your partner and doctor. A sexual dysfunction refers to a problem that prevents the man from experiencing satisfaction from sexual activity.
Male sexual dysfunctions can be attributed to physical problems such as diabetes, heart and vascular (blood vessel) disease, hormonal imbalances, chronic diseases such as kidney or liver failure, and alcoholism or drug abuse. Along with these work pressure and anxiety, marital or relationship differences and depression can also jeopardize your sexual health. The most widespread sexual dysfunctions in men are ejaculation dysfunctions, erectile dysfunction and loss of sexual desire and these are prevalent in the aged people though men of all ages are susceptible to such dysfunctions.
Premature or rapid ejaculation
The ejaculation dysfunctions can be classified as; Premature or rapid ejaculation delayed or mentally disabled ejaculation and retrograde ejaculation. In premature ejaculation, the usual problem is that a man will climax before or during soon after the penetration. Delayed ejaculation is the inability to ejaculate or a long delay before ejaculation. Retrograde ejaculation befalls when the sperm is forced back into the bladder and does not flow out of the penis.
In some cases, premature and delayed ejaculation are caused by psychological factors such as the absence of attraction for a partner, a painful and …