Unusual Penis Problems to Avoid: Anhedonic Ejaculation

Unusual Penis Problems to Avoid: Anhedonic Ejaculation

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Expert Author John Dugan
Paying careful attention to penis health often prevents many common penis problems, especially in terms of penis skin issues or fighting off rank odor in the area. But some penis problems are more difficult to attack. One of these is anhedonic ejaculation, a fortunately uncommon condition but one which can be very concerning (and frustrating) for those who suffer from it.
Regular ejaculation
Ejaculation, of course, is something that all men are familiar with. Starting in puberty, males manufacture semen, which is expelled from the body through the penis in the process called ejaculation. In some cases, a man may have an issue with ejaculating earlier than he wants (or perhaps earlier than his partner wants), which is premature ejaculation. In other instances, a man may experience the opposite problem, taking far too long to ejaculate.
But with both of these penis problems, when the man ejaculates, he usually still experiences that tingling, pleasurable sensation that is readily identifiable as an orgasm. But such is not the case with anhedonic ejaculation.
Instead, when a man experiences anhedonic ejaculation, the semen spurts out, just as it does "typically," but without the joyous orgasmic feeling. And without that orgasm, a man's engagement in sex is severely limited.
Causes
Why does a man experience anhedonic ejaculation? Scientists are still puzzling over this. On the most basic level, what seems to happen is that a man's brain for some reason stops releasing the chemical dopamine, or stops releasing it in amounts sufficient to create an orgasmic feeling. Dopamine plays a big role in the creation or understanding of pleasurable signals, so without dopamine, the ejaculation is largely clinical rather than pleasurable.
Several factors may come into play to bring about this dopamine deprivation. One of these may be a side effect caused by people who are taking the drug desipramine. This medication is an antidepressant, and some doctors believe other antidepressants may also have the potential to cause this problem. But exactly why it occurs in some taking the drug and not in others is un known.
It's also believed that low levels of testosterone may be responsible, and sometimes those suffering from a spinal cord injury or surgery on the spinal cord may fall prey to anhedonic ejaculation. And there are some patients who may be suffering from a severe depression or other mental issue which may express itself in this avenue.
Treatment
Diagnosis of anhedonic ejaculation requires this to be a consistent or recurring issue; in other words, a man may have this experience once or twice without it actually being a cause for alarm. But for those for whom it is an issue, a doctor's aid is suggested. Changing mediations, raising testosterone or utilizing psychotherapy are among the methods often used to help treat this most frustrating of penis problems. (A reminder: Those on antidepressants or other medications that they think may be responsible for this issue should not make changes to their medication without first consulting their doctor.)
Penis problems can vary significantly from one man to another, from anhedonic ejaculation to unattractive bumps to any number of rashes. That's why a man needs to enhance his penis health via the regular application of a first rate penis health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Every man likes his penis to look its best, so use of a crème with superior moisturizing ingredients, such as vitamin E and shea butter, is essential. The skin will also look more imposing if the crème contains alpha lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant which fights the oxidative stress caused by excess free radicals.

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