Barriers Orgasm In Men

SeributawaNews - Barriers (interference) on the male orgasm is the inhibition or failure to achieve orgasm that is persistent or recurrent after entering a phase of stimulation (excitement phase) during sexual activity. 

Men who experience barriers to orgasm can still achieve an erection and ejaculation. So it is not erotic sensations can be felt. 

Barriers orgasms seem less attention, perhaps because the case is rare. In fact, in some reference books, barriers orgasm is not called or equated with delayed ejaculation. In fact, men who experience barriers to orgasm do not have problems ejaculating. 


Contrary to many women who are experiencing barriers to orgasm, in men, sexual dysfunction is rare. Only about 3-10 percent of patients with complaints of sexual dysfunction. 

In the experience of treating patients with sexual dysfunction, during the last 10 years only three patients presenting with complaints of barriers orgasm. 


Barriers to orgasm can be caused by physical causes, namely CNS diseases such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's, Huntington's chorea, and lumbar sympathectomy. Also due to the use of drugs including SSRIs, tricyclic antidepressants, monoamine oxidase inhibitors. 

As for the barriers to orgasm psychological causes are anxiety, fear knocked up, and the tedium of their partners. 


To overcome barriers to orgasm because of illness, a disease that causes must be addressed first. If there are certain drugs which cause, the medication should also be stopped. While the barriers to orgasm due to psychological causes, behavioral therapy is needed. 


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