Many guys, especially those who are "quick on the trigger," would do just about anything to be able to engage in sensual activity for hours on end without releasing seed. But men who actually experience delayed male seed release find this to be a burden rather than an asset. Even men who practice exceptional male organ care may find themselves one of the fairly rare victims of delayed male seed release - and they may not be happy about it. |
Does it exist?
Many men don’t believe there is such a thing as delayed male seed release. They think that, sure, once in a blue moon a man might find himself in a situation where proper stimulation still didn’t lead to that sought-for release; but on the whole, it’s not something that happens often to a man.
In fact, some studies indicate that 3% of men experience delayed male seed release on some sort of regular basis. Many clinicians believe it is significantly underreported. And while there is some association with increased age, even young men may suffer from it. As a matter of fact, for some men this can be a lifelong issue.
Delayed seed release can mean different things to different people. For some it may mean a total or near-total inability to achieve seed release. For others, release may be achieved, but only after a lengthy period of time. (The definition of lengthy can vary as well.) In some cases, a man may release seed from self-stimulation but not from coupling, or (perhaps more rarely) vice versa. One man may experience delayed release that occurs regularly; another may experience it on a recurring basis but not all the time.
One interesting point is that in almost all cases, the delayed male seed release is not due to an inability to obtain or maintain firmness. The vast majority of men with this issue report that they experience very firm, solid tumescence for a lengthy amount of time.
So what causes delayed seed release? The facts about its causes are open to debate, but these are the main theories behind the problem:
1. Medical conditions. Diabetes, multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injury are among the medical conditions which can in some instances produce a delayed seed release response in an individual.
2. Medications . Similarly, some medications (such as antidepressants), have the potential to interfere with the fulfillment of the seed release impulse.
3. Surgery . Pelvic area surgery or a radical prostatectomy is often associated with disruption in male organ function, including the possibility of delayed male seed release.
4. Psychological factors. As with many other tumescence issues, often the problem is all in the head. Many men may have complex psychological issues which express themselves at least partially in delayed male seed release. This can be especially true for men with strong feelings of guilty or shame associated with sensual activity or with some aspect of sensual activity.
Similarly, sometimes a man may have severe performance anxiety where sensual activity is concerned; however, instead of this resulting in an inability to become firm or in early on seed release, it instead manifests as a delayed response.
5. Self-pleasuring habits. In some instances, a man may self-pleasure in such a manner or with such frequency that his manhood becomes accustomed to stimulation that cannot be effectively duplicated through penetrative or oral sensual activity.
The facts also indicate that sometimes delayed male seed release may result from a loss of male member sensitivity. Using a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) with acetyl L carnitine may help with this. Acetyl L carnitine is neuroprotective and helps when peripheral nerve damage has produced a loss of sensation. The crème should also include both Shea butter and vitamin E to help keep the skin moisturized. Dehydrated skin can make proper access of manhood sensation difficult as well.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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