MALE GENTILE PROBLEMS

 

Premature Ejaculation

Many men occasionally ejaculate sooner during sexual intercourse than they or their partner would like. As long as it happens infrequently, it's not cause for concern. However, if you regularly ejaculate sooner than you and your partner wish such as before intercourse begins or shortly afterward you may have a condition known as premature ejaculation.

Premature ejaculation is a common sexual complaint. Estimates vary, but as many as one out of three men may be affected by this problem at some time.

Both psychological and biological factors can play a role in premature ejaculation. Although many men feel embarrassed to talk about it, premature ejaculation is a common and treatable condition.

Medications, psychological counseling and sexual techniques that delay ejaculation can improve sex for you and your partner. For many men, a combination of treatments works best.

Effects Of Premature Ejaculation

The negative effects of premature ejaculation will vary depending on the individual, but an unsatisfactory and unfulfilling sex life can put a tremendous burden on a relationship with your partner.

Premature ejaculation can diminish your sexual self-confidence, causing you to become an even worse lover in the process. Furthermore, an unfulfilling sexual relationship may force your partner to seek sexual fulfillment elsewhere. Cheating, extra-marital affairs, break-ups - even divorces - often stem from a disappointing sex life.

A satisfying and equally gratifying sexual relationship is important for any healthy, sexually active couple. Premature ejaculation can greatly impact relationships on both a physical and an emotional level, leading to dissatisfaction, dissapointment and other problems. These adverse effects of premature ejaculation can be temporary, or they may lead to painful, long-term problems.

 

Male Sterility / Male Infertility

Male sterility (MS) means infertility caused by disorders of the male reproduction system. The sperms are either not enough, not present at all or dead or they are chemically and physically not able to travel through the female genital system to cause fertilization and as a result, pregnancy in the famale partner does not occur. Also factors such as erection and ejaculation problems and problems with sexual functions etc. are responsible for male sterility. The cause of the disease is rather complex, but can be roughly classified into two kinds: the functional cause and the organic one or the primary one and secondary one.

Male sterility, which is also called male infertility, is one of the major reasons a couple trying to have a baby may be considered infertile after trying to get pregnant for at least one year. Depending on the cause of male sterility and the overall health of the individual, some men may benefit from treatments including medications, lifestyle changes and surgery to restore fertility, although this is not possible in all men.

Abnormal Sperm

In order for a man to be considered fertile, his sperm must be healthy and able to fertilize the egg. Sperm that have an abnormally shaped head may not be able to penetrate the egg, and sperm with improperly formed tails may not be able to swim to meet the egg in the fallopian tubes. Sperm that are formed properly but have motility problems may also be a cause of male sterility.

 

Low Sperm Count (Oligozoospermia)

Low sperm count (Oligozoospermia) is one of the main causes of male infertility. It is considered that a man has low sperm count when he has less than 20 million spermatozoa per one ml of ejaculate. In addition to his sperm being formed properly and being able to swim and find the egg, a man must make enough sperm to ensure that enough will make it to the egg.

Causes of Low Sperm Count

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Problems with sperm production - such problems can be genetic (for example Klinefelter's syndrome) or based on a hormonal disorder.

Testicular injury and disease - injuries that affect the testicles may affect sperm production and cause low sperm count.

Malnutrition and nutrient deficiencies - deficiency of some nutrients (for example Zinc, Selenium, vitamin C, etc.) may also lead to low sperm count.

Overheating - excessive heat from saunas, hot tubs, etc. may decrease sperm production and lower sperm count.

Smoking - smoking cigarettes may impair male fertility since it is known to reduce sperm count and sperm lifespan.

Drugs - the use of cocaine and heavy marijuana is known to reduce sperm count by 50%.

Excessive alcohol consumption - alcohol is toxic to sperm and may reduce sperm count and quality.

Prescribed medications - many prescription medications are known to reduce sperm count and decrease fertility.

Environmental toxins, radiation and heavy metals - a number of environmental factors, such as exposure to toxins or chemicals, can reduce sperm count either by affecting testicular function directly or by affecting the hormone system.

Stress and excessive physical or mental exertion - these can cause some hormonal changes in the body that can affect sperm count and fertility.

Bicycling - blood vessels and nerves may be damaged due to the pressure from the bike seat.

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