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Testosterone does not play role in delayed ejaculation
Retrograde ejaculation should not be confused with dry orgasm, a condition in which very little semen is expelled during climax. The release of pre-ejaculatory fluid is more than just incidental. it alters the pH of the urethra so that the sperm has a better chance of survival. Resolution is the phase following orgasm where the penis starts to lose its erection. This, in turn, triggers the release of nitric oxide into the arteries of the penis, causing them to expand and rapidly fill with blood. What are your concerns. The orgasm may not involve actual ejaculate but must include the physiological and emotional components of ejaculation. Prostate surgery prostatectomy is also a common cause, as are certain medications such as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors SSRIs used to treat depression. Common ejaculation disorders include premature ejaculation , retrograde ejaculation in which semen is redirected to the bladder , and anejaculation inability to ejaculate. The multiorgasmic state can be classified in one of two ways. Thanks for your feedback. Men differ from women in that their orgasms—the climax of the sexual response—come on faster and are shorter than women's. The male ejaculate, semen , is comprised of sperm cells and seminal fluid, the latter of which contains phosphorylcholine an enzyme that aids in fertility and fructose which provides fuel for sperm. In the s, Alfred Kinsey, the first scientist to study human sexuality in detail, described the orgasm as "an explosive discharge of neuromuscular tension. During orgasm, the reward center of the brain specifically the cerebellum, amygdala, nucleus accumbens, and ventral tegmental area is flooded with neurochemicals, inciting the intense emotional response associated with an orgasm. Beyond delivering pleasure, the role of the female orgasm is less clear, although it may help move the sperm closer toward the ovum egg.
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