He has noticed that it takes him a really long time to reach orgasm during both oral and penetrative sex, if he even ejaculates at all. Plus, he now spends the bulk of his sexual experiences in his head stressing about whether or not he can physically reach climax. The Facts Delayed ejaculation can be caused by many different physical and mental health factors, says Seth Cohen, urologist and professor of urology at NYU Langone Health. The Mayo Clinic recommends that patients identify the nature of their delayed ejaculation in order to get to the root cause so the dysfunction can be addressed. Your friend should establish whether their delayed ejaculation has been lifelong or acquired. If the problem is lifelong, it will have been an issue since they reached sexual maturity, whereas acquired will have happened after they had normal sexual functioning for an extended period of time. Another more serious, physical cause of delayed ejaculation could be attributed to lower than normal levels of testosterone.
Delayed ejaculation: Causes, treatment, and outlook
Beez over a year ago. Paul79SoFL over a year ago. Guest over a year ago. There is such a thing as male orgasmic disorder. This is defined as a lack of male orgasm despite being able to have sex no problem, so no erectile dysfunction. Interestingly, that disorder is listed in the diagnostic and statistical manual for mental disorders, meaning it's seen as a mental health rather than physiological issue. Still, I've heard that thyroid issues or hormonal issues can cause the same problem.
He takes so long to orgasm. Is this normal?
The friction of marathon sex sessions can be very painful. A guy who lasts a really long time in bed seems like a good problem to have, but it's not a good problem at all. If it takes forever to get your guy to climax , it's not that fun for you or your vagina. When the friction that started out so delicious starts to rub you the wrong way, you can get bruised, torn, and your vaginal lips can become swollen.