This is a condition where a man needs more than 30 minutes of sexual stimulation to reach orgasm or ejaculate.
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- Delayed ejaculation is not a new sexual disorder
- DE poses no medical risk to most victims
- Recreational drugs and binge drinking can also lead to ED
Delayed ejaculation, like premature ejaculation, is not a new sexual disorder. It is also known as delayed or impaired ejaculation. This is a condition where a man needs more than 30 minutes of sexual stimulation to reach orgasm or ejaculate. In a few cases, ejaculation may not be achieved at all. Although it is a treatable problem, for some people ED becomes a lifelong problem. ED poses no medical risk to most sufferers, but it dramatically affects stress levels, your sex life, and even your relationships.
The third most common sexual disorder in men, it has only been successfully treated in 58% of cases. The others have been the subject of a limited medical literature available on DE. It is generally believed that the causes of delayed ejaculation are primarily psychological. They result from certain behavioral traits of an individual. Some of these causes are:
1. A large number of men who suffer from delayed ejaculation have been brought up in a strict and controlled atmosphere.
2. On the contrary, some of ED victims admit to being very controlling personalities, but their control is limited to themselves and does not affect others around them.
3. The fear of causing pregnancy also prevents men from ejaculating, again a condition where you control yourself to ejaculate.
4. Some extreme cases, where excessive use of vibrators has brought people to a state where vaginal stimulation does not cause them enough arousal to lead to ejaculation.
5. Another cause may be a strictly religious education, where sexual activity is considered a sin.
6. History, sexual abuse, family neglect, and difficulty bonding with people.
7. Contained anger.
Besides behavioral traits, there may also be medical causes of delayed ejaculation:
1. When men are not prone to many problems, consuming drugs like antidepressants can lead to this problem. A change of tablets, after consultation with a doctor, would be useful.
2. Recreational drugs and heavy drinking can also lead to ED.
3. Serious injuries to the spine also prevent ejaculation. Nerve damage, surgery, or severe diabetes can also lead to ED.
4. Aging decreases the sensitivity of the penis to sexual stimulation.
Here are some tips for dealing with delayed ejaculation:
1. Healthy attitudes towards sexuality and one’s own genitals help prevent delayed ejaculation.
2. To minimize the pressure, a man should absorb the fun of the moment, regardless of whether he is going to ejaculate or when.
3. It is also vitally important to realize that one cannot always control a sexual response, just as one cannot force oneself to fall asleep or to sweat. The more you try to have a certain sexual response, the more inhibited it becomes.
4. Any fear or anxiety, such as fear of pregnancy or illness, should be discussed openly.
Delayed ejaculation can be the result of many conditions, regardless of whether it can be treated or not, ED should not be avoided. Talk about it, communicate to find the solution to your problems and enjoy a more fulfilling and happy sex life.
(Dr Ashish Kumar Mittal is a consultant psychiatrist at Columbia Asia Hospital and Confidence Clinic Gurgaon)