The individual affected by male orgasmic disorder is unable to experience an orgasm following a normal sexual excitement phase. The affected man may regularly experience delays in orgasm, or may be unable to experience orgasm altogether.
Therefore, an overview of male orgasmic problems and attendant diagnostic issues is presented. In addition, we discuss the prevalence of these two disorders and briefly survey theories and research on the causes of male orgasmic disorders.
Mitigating factors include age and adequacy of the stimulation. Orgasmic disorders may be due to a physical disorder or use of a substance (egg, alcohol, opioids, antihypertensive, antidepressants, and antipsychotics).
Diagnostic criteria for Male Orgasmic Disorder
* Persistent or recurrent delay in, or absence of, orgasm following a normal sexual excitement phase during sexual activity that the clinician, taking into account the person's age, judges to be adequate in focus, intensity, and duration.
* The disturbance causes marked distress or interpersonal difficulty.
* The orgasmic dysfunction is not better accounted for by another mental disorder (except another sexual dysfunction) and is not due exclusively to the direct physiological effects of a substance (e.g., a drug of abuse, a medication) or a general medical condition.
Causes: – Situational and psycho logic factors can contribute to orgasmic disorder. They include the following:
* Lovemaking that consistently ends (as when the man ejaculates) before the woman is aroused enough
* Insufficient foreplay
* Lack of understanding about how their genital organs function in one or both partners
* Poor communication about sex (for example, about what sort of stimulation a person enjoys)
* Problems in the relationship, such as unresolved conflicts and lack of trust
* A physically or emotionally traumatic experience, such as sexual abuse
As a man who is experiencing Male orgasmic disorder, it is important to meet with a physician to determine what, if any, underlying medical issues may be associated with development of the sexual dysfunction disorder. Often, it is during the evaluation and treatment by a mental health specialist that you learn your fears of unprotected sex, pregnancy; sexual taboos, stress and even depression are often leaving you unable to achieve orgasm during your sexual experiences.
Treatment of Male Orgasmic: –
* A premature orgasm can often be stopped more easily by tensing the muscles along and around your urethra and your prostate area after you have paused your actions.
* Another trick the women can use is to press with all her fingers down towards the man's urethra between his scrotum and prostate area. When doing so she can feel the beginning pumping action and she presses so firmly that the pumping action and any flow of semen stops.
* Masturbating a couple of hours before sex with the partner can bring down the excitement to a level that makes it possible to keep on a long time before climax. This technique works best for younger men, while it can be difficult for elder men to get a satisfactory erection so soon after masturbation.
* The women should learn what types of pelvic postures and actions during intercourse that gives good sensations for the man and what types are not felt well or lead to unwanted orgasm.
* It is necessary that both partners cooperate and talk together about doing sex the best way and about tricks and adjustments that can help both of them to have a more satisfactory sex experience and hinder unwanted happenings.
* If the unpleasant sensations are caused by hair around the vaginal opening, adjusting the hair to a shorter length can help.