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Faulty Male Organ Function: Impaired Seed Release

Author: John Dugan
by John Dugan
Posted: Nov 18, 2019
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While exceptional manhood health is a laudable goal, sometimes a man needs to focus a little less on the superficial health and more on the practical male organ function. Very often a member may seem to be in good health but the male organ function may be impacted nevertheless. For example, a man who suffers from impaired seed release may have a strong firmness, good urinary flow, well-moisturized manhood skin and other earmarks of good health but still be deficient in the area of functionality.

What is impaired seed release?

It’s not one of the more common conditions, which explains why most men are unlikely to even know what impaired seed release means. "Impaired seed release" refers to a condition in which a man is unable to bring forth male seed.

Impaired seed release shouldn’t be confused with impotence. A man with impaired seed release is still able to obtain tumescence and is still able to engage in sensual activity, either with a partner or with himself. In many cases, he is still even able to reach a feeling of intense point – but he does so without releasing male seed from his manhood.

Kinds of impaired seed release

Impaired seed release has several different "modes": situational, total, climactic and aclimactic.

Situational impaired seed release is a "sometimes yes, sometimes no" condition. It means that sometimes a man cannot release seed and other times he can. In most cases, situational impaired seed release occurs because a man feels uncomfortable in a particular situation. For example, perhaps a man releases seed freely when he self-stimulates at home; however, when with a partner who is manually stroking him, he finds himself unable to release.

It’s different with total impaired seed release, which means that a man doesn’t release seed at all. This may have been a problem for him his whole life, or it may be of more recent vintage.

Climactic impaired seed release means a man is able to reach the bliss of intense point even without releasing seed; the aclimactic variation, sadly, means that there is neither seed release nor intense point.

There are, of course, combinations of these types, such as a climactic situational impaired seed releaser, who can find climactic relief but does not bring forth seed. A total aclimactic seed releaser, unluckily, gets neither the delights of a intense point or the satisfaction of seeing his male seed shoot forth from the manhood.

What causes impaired seed release?

As mentioned above, some cases of situational impaired seed release (and some rare cases of the total variant) are caused by psychological factors – discomfort, anxiety, worry, stress, etc. There can be physical causes, such as a blockage in the seed releasing duct, a spinal cord injury, or a reaction to certain surgery (including some prostate surgery). In some cases, a nervous system malfunction may bring the condition about, and in other cases the culprit is a reaction to some antidepressants or antipsychotics. And often it can be the result of diseases like diabetes or Parkinson’s.

Is it treated?

Effective treatment depends upon identifying the correct cause. Relieving stress or other psychological factors, removing duct blockages and treating nervous system problems can be effective. Changing medication may work, as can be treating underlying diseases that bring impaired seed release about. Manhood vibratory stimulation is effective in some men who have suffered spinal cord injuries.

While impaired seed release impairs male organ function, physical male organ health is generally not affected. Indeed, in some ways maintaining that health by using a top flight manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) might even be beneficial. If caused by psychological factors, keeping the member properly sensitized may help overcome impaired seed release due to the greater ease with which stimulation occurs. Use a crème with L-carnitine, a neuroprotective ingredient, to help maintain male organ sensitivity. If the crème also contains the amino acid L-arginine, it can also help keep blood flow strong – another factor which may be of benefit to the impaired seed releasing man.

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