My boyfriend (30yrs old) and I have been having some problems sexually. He is able to have and keep an erection but he isn't able to ejaculate or climax. (He has never ejaculated through intercourse, he wasn't sexually active until after he had been in the military for a year) He says that sex feels good but he just doesn't feel any strong sensations regardless of what we try (everything!). He has no problems getting turned on and there is plenty of passion. We have been talking about it, because I feel guilty that I am able to climax and he isn't, and what we have found is that he doesn't feel anything. He is in the military and has been in Iraq as well as other places. Along with that he is a mechanic and has his hands in dangerous places everyday. He gets hurt all of the time, they are always pretty serious injures but he doesn't feel any pain. Just the other day he touched some part of a car and literally branded himself and he didn't feel anything. I am wondering if this has anything to do with his trouble ejaculating? Maybe his whole body is just been desensitized? Is this possibly a sign of PTSD? I have PTSD myself and he doesn't show any mental symptoms. If his body is completely desensitized then what do I do to fix that? It is not like I want him to feel pain but I do want him to enjoy the good feelings. Our relationship is perfect in every aspect. This is the only problem we are struggling with. Please help me fix it.
I am 26 years old guy. From the age of 15 i am masturbuting regularly. Now the problem is when i talk to my girlfriend daily over phone or when we go out and sit together and talk normally with in few minutes i feel there is sticky precumin my undies. Just touching her, or talking over phone, getting little aroused i find massive precum. I want to cure this problem. Plz help me. I am not able to prepare for my exams. I also ejaculate in 2-3 minutes. Plz help me out. plz suggest about my precum problem. I am feeling that i am getting weak day my day. Dullness on my face bcoz of this precum problem. Plz plz help me.
Hello Dear Doctor
I am 24 years old and i masturbated when i was 18 continuously.
A year back i started feeling many problems due to this addiction and i started trying to quit masturbation but you know that addictions aren't easy to get rid of quickly. Finally almost after a year now i haven't done it for 30 days and i am trying to never do it again.
but the problem is that i am not recovering. I haven't noticed much improvement in the past 20 days. I just need to know whether this damage can be fixed by refraining from masturbation or not. Tell me about any specific diet that i need to take and any specific routine or rest schedule or medicine.
Following are the major symptoms:
- My pelvic muscles have become weak. I feel light pain in my groin, lower back, thighs etc.
- I feel tired and exhausted all the time.
- Weak erections.
- No morning erections as i once used to have.
- The length and girth of my sexual organ has also been reduced when erect.
- loss of sensitivity in the sexual organ.
- pain in all my joints and neck.
- lack of ability to have a good night sleep.
- concentration and focus problems.
- loss of memory
- unable to perform any heavy physical or mental work
- can't have sex with girl (no erection) i am very worried about my future
life and i will get married soon.
To take the first step i have already stopped masturbating completely
Kindly suggest me ways to recover as quickly as possible. I am not expecting that i will get recovered 100% in a week but there must be some way to speed up my recovery process. I am a student actually and it is so hard for me to see myself losing my grades just like that. when i quit masturbation i was expecting that i would be better in a month or so but it isn't exactly how i presumed it to be. I am drained of a lot of energy and important nutrients i guess.
Please Please Please help me here. God bless you all for doing such a nice job and helping patients without reward.
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