Sexual difficulties, including difficulty reaching orgasm, are relatively common in men with MS. Sexual issues often result from a complex interaction of physical, social, psychological and emotional factors. You may find it awkward or embarrassing to talk about sex, but there is support available. The key to managing sexual issues is your willingness to discuss any problems. Orgasms and ejaculation usually happen at the sexual climax. Orgasm causes the muscles around your genitals to contract, and is often accompanied by feelings of pleasure or euphoria.
Sex advice: I lose sensation at the point of orgasm. Is it psychological?
Sexual Dysfunction in Females: Types, Causes, Treatments
Sexual dysfunction can happen to an individual or a couple. It refers to any problem that prevents pleasure during the sexual response cycle. This cycle includes four phases:. Sexual dysfunction in women is a disorder that can take many forms and have many causes.
Dear Mrs Salisbury: I can't feel anything during sex
I'm a man in my 20s and have been with my partner for nine months. It is very frustrating. I've tried to find information on this, but feel as if I am the only person with this problem. You are far from the only one with this problem.
People with orgasmic anhedonia also called pleasure dissociative orgasmic dysfunction or PDOD are unable to feel pleasure when they climax. People with this rare condition still feel driven to have sex. Men still ejaculate. The difference is that the pleasure is missing. The situation can be quite frustrating for couples.