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Sore Male Organ Culprit: Fighting Delayed Emission

Author: John Dugan
by John Dugan
Posted: Jul 11, 2016

Many men who enjoy an active intimate life (whether with a partner or alone), find that the result of all that pleasure can be a very sore male organ. (Is the pain worth the price? Most men would say yes.) A sore male organ is especially likely in the cases of men who find themselves the victim of delayed emission. Treating a sore male organ, and attempting to treat delayed emission, is a requirement to ensure continued male organ health – and to restore enjoyment of a man’s intimate activities.

Early on gets the publicity.

Delayed emission may not seem like much of a problem to many men. Guys are much more used to hearing about the problem of early on emission, in which a man comes too soon. But delayed emission is indeed a concern for some men.

Also called impaired or retarded emission, delayed emission refers to any situation in which a man is either unable to early release (despite the presence of a strong enlarged) or can only early release after an abnormally long time of continuous stimulated activity. In some cases, a man with this condition may engage in mutual pleasure for two or more hours without releasing – which can indeed cause a mighty sore male organ.

This should not be confused with edging, a practice in which a man intentionally prevents himself from ejaculating over a period of time. With delayed emission, a man is trying to change to ‘release, but not succeeding.

Figures are hard to come by, but some experts believe the incidence of delayed emission is 3% or less; however, mutual pleasure therapists have reported that this figure may be increasing.

Why the increase?

The supposed reason for the possible increase is related to either a presumed greater incidence in solo activity in general among men and/or a greater exposure to adult media.

Delayed emission sometimes results when a man’s male organ becomes sensitized to being handled a certain way during manual stroking. When this happens, a man may find that the sensations of vaginal pleasure a partner, while pleasurable, are not intense enough to stimulate the male organ to emission.

By the same token, some men who incorporate adult film into their solo experiences may become "wired" to find specific images and scenarios exciting. Without those images, they may find it difficult to achieve sufficient stimulation for release.

It should be noted that both of these explanations are theories only and that most men who get off frequently and/or use adult film continue to enjoy a healthy intimate life.

Other causes

Delayed emission may also be related to other causes, such as certain medications (including some antidepressants and high blood pressure medications) and certain medical conditions (including nerve damage, prostate problems, urinary tract infections and heart disease).

Depending on the cause, there are several things a man can do to alleviate delayed emission. Decreasing the frequency of manual stroking and/or using a different hand may be helpful, as may be cutting down on the amount of exposure to adult film. Consulting a doctor about a different medication or getting treatment for a medical condition that may be contributing to the problem is also advised. It may take some time to "retrain" the male organ so that the issue resolves.

As mentioned, many men with delayed emission can experience a seriously sore male organ from all the friction and stimulation over an extended period of time. Treating the sore male organ is generally easier than treating delayed emission, especially if one employs a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). Proper hydration is essential for soothing a raw manhood, so using a crème that include both a high end emollient (such as shea butter) and an exceptional natural hydrator (such as vitamin) will help to replenish the skin oils and aid the healing process. Since male organ de-sensitization may contribute to delayed emission, using a crème with acetyl L carnitine is highly recommended. This ingredient is neuroprotective and can help to avoid peripheral nerve damage that can impact male organ sensitivity

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