hey, me and my husband have been trying to have sex...first few times he was unable to maintain erection for long...so he consulted a urologist and was given a medicine to be taken before intercourse...that helped and he could successfully penetrate...but the problem is that since last few times, he could penetrate but he was not able to ejeculate...he kept thrusting but couldnt ejeculate...what is the reason?? i know while having sex he gets diverted thinking weather i am ok and not having much pain...but still he cannot ejeculate...please help
Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you to return to the urologist with your question. It could also be psychological and sometimes counseling can help. I would suggest ruling out a physiologic cause first. since there are some neurologic conditions such as long standing diabetes that can cause similar problems. It is often possible to achieve orgasm, but your partner should re-consult his doctor. Good luck! Dr B
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