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Ejaculatory Problems

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Even though ejaculatory problems are common, they can be a source of embarrassment for some men. There are lots of different types of ejaculatory problems. So, it is a good idea to speak to a doctor if you have any concerns. 

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Ejaculatory Problems

Remember, specialists in this field are very experienced, so there is no reason to feel embarrassed. Talking to a doctor about your problem can help you to find a solution that will improve your sex life and your confidence.

 

Types of Ejaculatory Problems

There are many different types of ejaculatory problems. The most common are as follows;

Firstly there is premature ejaculation. This is where ejaculation happens too soon. Next is delayed ejaculation, which is where there is a unwanted delay in ejaculation. Or ejaculation does not happen at all. Finally, there is retrograde ejaculation. This is where the semen travels backwards into the bladder.

There should also be a mentioned made of blood in the ejaculate or haemospermia, which can be very alarming.

 

Causes of Premature Ejaculation

A wide range of factors can cause premature ejaculation. These can be either mental or physical. Physical problems are rare and include thyroid problems. Lifestyle choices can add to the issue, for example, using recreational drugs. Psychological causes of premature ejaculation include depression, stress, anxiety and relationship problems.

Depending on the cause, there are a few things that you can try yourself such as using special condoms, which can be helpful. There are other drug treatments including sprays and tablets but these should only be used after seeking advice from a medical expert..

 

Causes of Delayed Ejaculation

Both physical and psychological factors can also cause delayed ejaculation. Physical causes include diabetes, spinal cord injuries, MS and age. There are also some medications you may be taking that can cause difficulty in ejaculating.

 

Causes of Retrograde Ejaculation

Retrograde ejaculation is the result of damage to muscles or nerves near the bladder. This can stop the bladder from closing when it should. Treatment is not necessary except for fertility reasons. The issue is most often a side effect of some surgeries. Diabetes, MS and some medicines can also cause the problem to occur.

 

Treatment

Depending on the exact cause of your ejaculatory problem, there are several treatment options. Sometimes you can take a medication which can help with the issues. You may need to consider changing a prescription you already take for other health matters. For some, it may be a case of making a few lifestyle changes.

 

Blood in the ejaculate or Haemospermia

This is quite a common problem and blood may appear as either a few spots or quite heavily stained blood in the semen. Very often, there is no cause find but all men with blood in the ejaculate should be fully evaluated and investigated by a doctor as there can be more serious causes.

 

Have any questions regarding Ejaculatory Problems?

If you are ready to talk to a doctor about ejaculatory problems, then make an appointment with Mr Suks Minhas. He will help you get to the bottom of your concern and find a route to a more enjoyable sex life. Please get in touch here.

Do you have any questions or would like to make an appointment?

Contact Mr Suks Minhas to see how he can help on +44 (0)20 7224 5089 or use the contact form

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London Andrology

One of the UK’s most eminent andrologists

Mr Suks Minhas is widely regarded as a leader in the field of men’s health. With specialist interest and expertise in areas including male fertility and erectile dysfunction, penile and testicular cancers and male urology, he sees patients from all over the UK covering a vast range of concerns.

Mr Suks Minhas

Mr Suks Minhas is widely regarded as a leader in the field of men’s health. With specialist interest and expertise in areas including male fertility and erectile dysfunction, penile and testicular cancers and male urology, he sees patients from all over the UK covering a vast range of concerns.

Contact Mr Suks Minhas

Contact Mr Suks Minhas

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