Considering the fact that many men worry about early on emission (and at least 30% of men have experience with this male organ function issue), it may come as a surprise that there are some men with the opposite male organ function problem - delayed emission. Indeed, because many guys think that being able to have sensual activity for an extended period of time is something to strive for, delayed emission is often viewed as a "what are you complaining about, buddy?" situation. But it is a legitimate male organ health issue, one that causes hardship for those who suffer from it. |
Also called impaired or retarded emission, delayed emission occurs when it takes an extended period (usually defined as 30 minutes or more) of sustained sensual stimulation in order for a man to release seed. "Sustained" is key here; men who "edge" or stop-and-start the stimulation are delaying emission on purpose and are controlling the delay. In actual delayed emission, it is beyond the man’s control.
Sometimes the male organ function issue occurs only when a man is in engaged in partner sensual activity. When he self-stimulates, he is able to release seed during a typical time frame. Sometimes the delay occurs both when self-pleasuring and when partnering. (It much more rarely occurs only when self-gratifying but not when having sensual activity with a partner.)
For some men, delayed emission is a lifelong problem, while for others it is temporary. It is more often associated with men as they age, so a person may develop this issue as he gets older. It’s not uncommon for a man to experience this problem sporadically - every once in a while. It’s usually only when it is consistent that it is considered a problem.
There can be numerous factors contributing to delayed emission, including;
- Stress. Stress in other parts of one’s life may affect one’s bedroom activities. But sometimes a man may stress about needing to be a better lover, and this may in turn lead to an inability to release seed without extreme effort. Depression can also be a key cause.
- Beliefs. Strong religious or moral beliefs may impact a man’s ability to release seed, especially if he is in a relationship which is in some way contrary to those beliefs.
- Medications. Certain tablets, such as some beta blockers, antipsychotics, antidepressants, diuretics and anti-seizure treatments, may create male organ function complications.
- Male organ issues. A urinary tract infection, damage to manhood nerves or prostate surgery can have an impact.
- Medical conditions. Diabetes, neurological disorders and thyroid disorders can be possible culprits.
- Aging. As men get older, they often find that the manhood simply doesn’t respond as it once did; more or more focused stimulation may be required to bring about the desired result.
Treatment depends upon the underlying causes. Switching medications, managing medical conditions and developing ways to deal with stress or depression can help. Working with a therapist to reconcile one’s actions with one’s beliefs may be needed.
Often, consulting a sensual therapist may be useful. And if greater or different stimulation is required, involving one’s partner can be helpful so that strategies can be developed (e.g., use of lubricant, implementation of sensual games, greater reliance on stimulation by hand, etc.) that will address the man’s needs while including his partner.
As with any male organ function issue, delayed emission can more effectively be worked on if the member is in good condition. Regular application of a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is encouraged. Look for a crème with two key ingredients, L-arginine and L-carnitine. L-arginine helps produce nitric oxide, which in turns keeps male organ blood vessels healthy and in good operating condition. L-carnitine has neuroprotective properties, and this can help delay the decrease in manhood sensation that can accompany lengthy sensual stimulation sessions.
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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