For years, there is been a stereotype that men have orgasms easily. Studies have shown that some men have difficulty ejaculating during sexual intercourse, or that they ejaculate a long time after sexual intercourse has begun. This isn’t a very common ailment in men, but there have been quite a few studies on it in the past years, meaning it is becoming more of a problem over time.
So, what causes some men not to be able to have an orgasm during sex? The reasons can vary, and studies have shown that having these types of problems is not uncommon. Some may ask what is the problem with men being able to perform for a long period of time, since women seem to prefer this. Well, some women also complain of men taking too long to finish their sexual encounter. Because of this, many have began looking into what causes this problem. Unfortunately, many women blame themselves for their man not being able to come during sex. They begin thinking they are unable to satisfy him fully, and not able to bring him to full satisfaction. The best bet if you are dealing with this is to talk with your partner about it. It is possible that it is part of his physical makeup. If having sexual intercourse for a long period of time is not the norm for the man, though, then perhaps it is time to talk with your doctor about what the problem may be.
When men suffer with a delay in ejaculation, around 75% of them can complete ejaculation through help from masturbation. Many people seem to blame masturbation for the man’s inability to ejaculate during sexual intercourse. This is not necessarily true, though. Many times, the penis is simply too weak to release, making it difficult for the man to complete his sexual duties.