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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
Question: masturbation , don't eject !!
|red wolf - Tue Mar 04, 2008 3:45 pm||
i am 19 years old
i tried many times to masturbation but the problem i cant reach ejection !
why this is happing with me ?
note : my erection is very good , and I eject in wet dreams .
please help me
|Debbie Miller, RN - Tue Mar 18, 2008 3:21 pm||
I think you are referring to ejaculation. You did not mention if you are on any medications. This is a common cause for ejaculatory disorders. Smoking, drugs and other underlying medications, such as diabetes, can also contribute negatively. Most often, however, these things are psychological in origin and may be caused by deep-seated anxieties. A counselor might be helpful.
It is also possible that when the time is right in a good relationship, you will perform fine. Masturbation is a poor prognosticator of future performance, as is a superficial sexual relationship without the emotional stability of a solid, caring relationship.
You should see a doctor if you are concerned that there may be a medical condition, so a general physical exam would be a good place to start, but I would not worry too much. Chances are with time, the problem can be resolved.
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