Male Organ Function Challenge: Treating Anejaculationby John Dugan Owner
Male organ function is a valuable and important subset of male
organ health and one which, when in the midst of sensual situations, is of
primary importance to a man. After all, when with a partner in bed, the last
thing a man wants to be concerned about is whether his member will operate in
the manner that is expected. Often, male organ function matters revolve around
tumescence issues or around early seed release, but there can be other male
organ function concerns – such as anejaculation.
Because it is not something that occurs commonly, few men are even
aware that anejaculation exists. Simply put, anejaculation refers to a
situation in which a man is unable to release male seed. This is not the same
thing as impotence, as most men with anejaculation have a manhood that still
responds to stimulation and can become excited and tumescent; many men with
anejaculation are even able to experience pleasure from release. It is simply
not accompanied by the traditional expulsion of male seed from the member.
There are several forms of anejaculation.
- When a man has total anejaculation, it means that a
man does not release seed at all – no matter what he may do, or a partner may
do. Total anejaculation is something that may have been an issue for a man his
entire life, or it could be something that develops later in life, even though
he at one time was able to release seed.
- With situational anejaculation, a man finds that
there are times when he releases seed and times when he doesn’t. In some cases,
there seem to be clear-cut boundaries that can define when he does or does not.
For example, it may be that a man finds it easy (or relatively so) to release
seed when he self-pleasures. But when he is engaged in partner sensual
activity, he may find that he is incapable of seed release. There also are
times when defining exactly when a man will experience seed release, and when
he will not, can be unclear and imprecise.
- If a man has pleasurable anejaculation, it means (as
might be supposed) that he does achieve pleasure having sensual activity, even
without the release of any male seed.
- And if he is stricken with non-pleasurable anejaculation,
it likewise means that pleasure eludes him along with a release of male seed.
A man may have a combination of these forms (such as being both
situational and non-pleasurable, for example).
Treating anejaculation is challenging, not least because the
causes are poorly understood. Sometimes there is a psychological component, but
there also are several other factors that can come into play. These include
spinal cord injuries, pelvic injury, reactions to medications, and nervous
system disorders. If a doctor is able to pinpoint with fair certainty the
cause, then treatment is easier to recommend.
When the cause is known, a doctor can take steps, such as altering
medication or treating an underlying disorder. A doctor may also check to see
if there is any physical blockage that can be responsible for the lack of male
seed release. In other cases, vibrational therapy may be employed as a means of
encouraging seed release. Electro-stimulation may also be tried.
In many cases, it may take some “trial and error” to determine the
best course of treatment for an individual patient.
Anejaculation is a difficult male organ function issue; as with
many such matters, it helps to have an otherwise healthy member, so men should
continue daily use of a superior male organ health oil (health
professionals recommend Man 1 Man
Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). It may help to
find an oil with L-carnitine, an ingredient with neuroprotective properties
that can help maintain proper manhood sensitivity. Ideally, the oil should also
contain vitamin C, a key component of collagen, a tissue in the body that gives
skin its tone and elasticity.
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