• Delayed Ejaculation
Delayed ejaculation is less common in men than premature ejaculation. The prevalence of acquiring a delayed ejaculation in men under 65 years old is from 3% to 4%. The delayed ejaculation may occur during all of the men's life or can appear in some certain time. It might occur during all the sexual intercourses with several partners or might be intermittent in special occasions. A large part of men with delayed ejaculation (about 75%) can masturbate themselves to have the orgasm but many can't achieve orgasms not even in that way. As all the cases of sexual dysfunction, men with delayed ejaculation can have high levels of personal stress, sexual disinterested and anxiety in the sexual performance. Many men with delayed ejaculation, however, have the characteristic of not having difficulty maintaining the erections normally but even though this, they are not satisfied with the sexual life.
It's known some causes that leads to delayed ejaculation:
- Anatomic causes: such as the capacity to ejaculate is very reduced in patients with raquimedular injuries and depends on the level and degree of the injury.
- Neurogenic Causes
- Endocrine Problems
- Side Effects of Medications
- Cultural questions and/or religious