Male orgasmic disorder is
persistent or recurrent involuntary delay in orgasm and ejaculation or the
inability of the man to have orgasm. (Note: This is sometimes confused with
retrograde ejaculation—a condition in which the man ejaculates into his bladder
instead of out through the urethra. Retrograde ejaculation is common in
gay men and may be related to fears of infection believed to be brought on by
“safer sex” campaigns.)
Causes and treatment of male orgasmic
- The cause is rarely physical and
rather is associated with a traumatic sexual experience, strict religious
upbringing, hostility, overcontrol, or lack of trust.
- Psychological exploration and
counseling is the indicated treatment.