What is Ejaculation Disorder, and how does it affect you?Dr. Ashish Kale
Ejaculatory dysfunction occurs when a man is unable to ejaculate effectively. It’s the most common type of male sexual dysfunction, and it’s frequently the root of infertility in men.
Disorders of the ejaculatory system are not uncommon. Premature ejaculation (PE) affects roughly 30-40% of men at some point in their lives. Premature Ejaculation is also reported by one in every five men aged 18 to 59, according to research.
Premature, delayed, retrograde, and ejaculatory dysfunction are the four forms of ejaculatory dysfunction. These disorders have various effects on ejaculation and can lead to sexual dissatisfaction.
- Premature Ejaculation
When a male ejaculates before or shortly after penetration, this is known as premature ejaculation (PE). Before orgasm, most men have ejaculation
Various reasons might cause premature ejaculation, including:
- Hormone concentrations
- Sensitivity of the sperm
- Sexual arousal is low
- Anxiety about performing
Premature Ejaculation can be treated in a variety of ways. Premature Ejaculation, like most sexual health issues, is treated differently depending on the reason. PE can be treated with physical therapy, psychotherapy, and medicines. The idea is to reduce penile sensitivity while improving a man’s capacity to manage his behavioural responses.
- Delayed Ejaculation (DE)
When a guy ejaculates after sexual stimulation, this is known as delayed ejaculation (DE).
DE happens from time to time, but it might become a concern if it happens frequently.
Delay in ejaculation can be caused by a variety of factors, including drugs, heavy alcohol use, diuretics, high blood pressure, and sexual performance anxiety. Hormonal abnormalities and low self-esteem can also contribute to DE.
- Retrograde ejaculation (RE)
When some or all of the ejaculate moves backwards, it is referred to as retrograde ejaculation (RE) (retrograde). Instead of coming out of the penis during the climax, the ejaculate returns to the bladder. It eventually passes via the kidneys during urination.
This ejaculation condition might lead to infertility if left unchecked. A malfunctioning bladder neck muscle is the most common cause of RE. The muscles can also be dysfunctional due to prostate or bladder surgery.
Medical diseases, such as diabetes or a spinal cord injury, as well as some drugs, can cause this harm. Prostate or bladder surgery can potentially cause muscular dysfunction.
Men who suffer from anejaculation usually take an exceptionally long time to ejaculate, while some never do. Anejaculation is a condition in which some men are unable to orgasm or ejaculate, while others can orgasm but not ejaculate. Men can also ejaculate without orgasm due to anejaculation.
Several causes can contribute to this ejaculatory dysfunction, including:
- Hormonal imbalances
- Semen ducts clogged
- Problems with the mind
- Prescription drugs (SSRIs)
- Diseases of the nervous system
- Certain surgical procedures, including prostate and testicular cancer surgery, can also cause ejaculation.
If you’re having issues with erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation or other sexual dysfunction, visit to Infertility center – Ashakiran Hospital and schedule an appointment to have a consultation with an experienced and one of the best IVF Specialist in Pune, Dr Ashish Kale.