Erectile Dysfunction: Inability to achieve or maintain blood flow in the penis, leading to loss of rigidity in the penis is referred to as erectile dysfunction. This is one of the most common of the sexual dysfunctions noted in men and can occur at any age. It may be a result of physical, hormonal or psychological reasons. Usually the reasons can be more than one. A careful evaluation and identification of the root cause is the key to successfully treating the condition.
Premature ejaculation: This is a condition where a man ejaculates the semen much earlier than desired. This can lead to lack of satisfaction in sexual activities and in the long run can lead to loss of libido or desire. This can also be situation related, one of situation or a lifetime issue. Sometimes, this tends to be mild, but in more severe cases can lead to anxiety, depression and worrying and guilt and embarrassment and critical comments from the partner. A psychological undercurrent is usually noted but can co-exist with medical conditions or hormonal disturbances.
Porn Addiction / Excessive Masturbation: Excessive and compulsive use of pornographic material containing nudes and explicit videos, images or erotica for stimulation or arousal and in most cases, solely so accompanied by masturbation is very much prevalent among men who are single and also in men in relationships when the desire levels of the partner do not match theirs. Masturbatory techniques may vary and this further can lead to various sexual dysfunctions such as erectile problems, delayed ejaculation and premature ejaculation and loss of libido/desire in sex. There is dependence on this to the point that only porn can arouse them sexually and the partners cannot. Mood disturbances, worrying and repeated unsuccessful attempts to stop this are noted.
Sexual Weakness/Night fall : Many men are worry about automatic ejaculation of semen in sleep and this is accompanied by weakness, fatigue, tiredness, inability to concentrate, irritability, frustration, guilt and embarrassment. Men usually feel helpless when this happens and this leads to recurrent thoughts which makes them believe that they are sexually weak and may further lose confidence and avoid sexual intimacy with partners and may avoid being in relationship and marriage. The reason for this condition is varied and depends on the associated urological condition and almost always has a psychological overlay.