Our expert says:
This problem may be what we refer to as 'delayed ejaculation'. It may be that you struggle to ejaculate all the time, or maybe it is only difficult when you are with a partner. Whatever the case the problem may be psychological in nature - the problem may relate to difficulty 'letting go', difficulty trusting, a dislike of the 'mess', fear of infection/pregnancy, fear of commitment. These issues need to be addressed in order for you to relax enough to 'give in' to the sensations and enjoy your sexual experience. Failing to ejaculate may occur as a result of taking medications, especially SSRIs used to treat depression. If you are taking tese medications it would be a good idea to discuss this issue with your medical doctor. The inability to ejaculate can accur because of a hormonal problem. It can occur if levels of testoterone are low as an example. If this problem does not resolve it would be a good idea to see a medical doctor about this. For further information please consult SASHA’s website at www.sexualhealth.qw.co.za/dru. For referral to a professional in your vicinity, please send an email to email@example.com.
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