Orgasm disorders more often experienced by women, but can also occur in men though few in number. Men may fail to reach orgasm and must be willing to end the sexual relationship without a great thrill that marks the climax, although in the initial enthusiasm.
According to Dr Andrew Wanananda MS as quoted from his writings, men with orgasm disorders are generally still able to get an erection and still have a passion or interest for intercourse. Even ejaculation or discharge of semen could still happen, just that sensation is not as good as a normal orgasm.
For men, this condition reduces the pleasure and make sex feel more exhausting activity because it is not satisfied to the fullest. Not infrequently men with impaired orgasm into inferiority and frustration because the burden of guilt.
Sexology experts from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Tarumanegara Jakarta said the disruption in the male orgasm can be triggered by several things:
- Male physical factors, such as multiple schlerosis or diseases of the central nervous system.
- The use of certain medications can also trigger an orgasm disorders. For example when using the drug class of tricyclic antidepressants or monoamine oxidase inhibitors, which work by affecting the central nervous system in the brain.
- Men with psychological problems, such as fear of impregnating a partner or get bored with their partner. As a result, men can only enjoy the phase of stimulation or excitement phase, but could not sustain his desire to orgasm.
Dr Andrew added, the first step to overcome the interference in the male orgasm is to tackle the cause. If triggered by the disease, the disease must be cured first, but if triggered by drugs, the drug should be discontinued.
The solution becomes rather complicated if the cause is psychological factors, because they have to be overcome with behavioral therapy or behavioral therapy. In this therapy, the physician or psychologist must explore the mind of the patient and then together find a way to make peace with his thoughts.
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