Plenty of Sex; Little Ejaculation

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By Holden Chen Conditions: Men's Penis Pain & Injury Age: 18 - 35

Her boyfriend has a lack of sensation in his penis resulting in an orgasm dysfunction.

Case #: 
31680

Concern:

I adore my boyfriend. He is everything a girl could dream about—except for his sensitivity issues. When we first began our relationship, he showcased a strong desire for sex. He performed very well, often making me orgasm multiple times. The only problem is that I cannot do the same. We try, tirelessly. No matter the position or amount of stimulation I apply, he cannot orgasm. He even admitted to me that he has never been able to orgasm with a woman—ever. His only means of ejaculating is by masturbation.
 
At first, I did not seem to mind that he could not orgasm, especially since he was making me orgasm multiple times. But after a while, I started to feel self-conscious about my lovemaking abilities. I felt as if I failed to live up to his expectations. I began to feel irritated by his inability to orgasm. Now, I feel a bit angry after sex because he cannot orgasm. What can I do to help my boyfriend?

Discussion:

Women in your position often feel irked by their men being unable to orgasm. They start off by enjoying their men’s endurance, but eventually, their lack of release frustrates most women. It’s common. Your feelings are not self-centered, but normal. Most men in your boyfriend’s situation suffer from an all-too common problem: orgasm dysfunction.

Orgasm dysfunctions vary from condition to condition, from reverse ejaculation to premature ejaculation. In your boyfriend’s case he suffers from something entirely different than most men: low semen quality and sensation.

Do you Se-men?
Most men in his situation often inbox the editorial staff exasperated by their lack of release. Your boyfriend seems content with ejaculating while masturbating. You, however, wish you could make him ejaculate. The problem is that your boyfriend cannot produce enough stimulation to ejaculate.

During masturbation, his hands can rub urethral nerves with more force than a tight vagina can. Collated with constant masturbation, your boyfriend may not be producing enough acetylcholine, dopamine and serotonin to produce an ejaculation. The lack of these essential neurotransmitters causes a reduction in essential enzymes needed to ejaculate.
 
His other problem stems from the little semen the prostate produces. Excessive masturbation often causes a multitude of problems, including inflammation of the prostate. Men who often ejaculate see lower levels of semen production that too can produce orgasm dysfunctions.
 
Balancing The Chemicals
The body needs a proper balance of necessary nutrients to help regain lost neurochemicals, i.e., acetylcholine, dopamine and serotonin. Once the body can balance itself, then he can start to produce enough semen to ejaculate during sex. How does one get these essential nutrients?

Through all-natural supplements. For example, Natural Male Libido Supplements & Pills can increase sperm production for a healthier, stronger ejaculation. Thanks to Cynomorium in the formula, your man can experience the orgasms he feels while he masturbates.

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