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Water drop during erection and itchy top of penis

thanks for taking your time to read this messege. i have this problem from last many years i would say. whenever i get erection in a minute drops starts coming out of my penis , which firstly effect the erection and i Cum very fast . Also the top end of my penis (Glans) are is gets very itchy which seems to me very serious bcz of that i cant enjoy erection. i did too much masturbation as well.

Asked by shah
6th July 2011 (in Sex)

Tags: precum penis ejaculation premature ejaculation erection masturbation gay

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Thanks for getting in touch. It sounds like you are describing pre-cum, not all men get this, and those that do it can vary from just a little leak to a lot, but let me reasure you this is perfectly normall. Pre-cum is a clear fluid that emits from the tip of the penis when a man is sexually aroused, and its purpose is to act as a lubricant (please be aware this can transmit STI, HIV and can contain sperm if you are not using barrier methods such as condoms to have safe sex with). In very rare cases some men over produce this, if this is the case I would discuss with you GP if possible.

Regarding the cumming very fast, this could be for various reasons, and I wouldn't say it has anything to do with your pre-cum. Many men suffer from Premature ejaculation, a recent UK survey said 10% of male population had suffered with PE at some point in their life. Another European study classed PE as lasting around 1.8 mins, and with 7.3 mins being classed as normal, would you say you fall into this first category as what you class as PE might not be PE. There are initially 4 treatments for PE - 1) Distraction method - when you are nearing climax, think about something comepletely different than whats going on. 2) Applying a delay gel to your penis, this will decrease sensitivity and hopefully improve your duration. 3) Delay condoms, this are coated with the delay gel and with the added thickness of the condom this too will help improve your duration. 4) start stop method - when alone try masterbating till u reach the point where you are going to climax but stop yourself, repeat this 3 or 4 times to build up your own self control, and then allow yourself to climax, after a few times a week doing this, you should find yourself lasting longer.

Regarding the itchy end of your penis, if you masturbate too often then yes the penis could become sore, but there could also be other reasons, it could be a reaction to soap or cleaning product you are currently using, or it could be and Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI), again I would recommend going to you doctor/GP and explain your concerns and get tested as most STI's can be treated.

Please get back to us if you still have any further concerns.

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Answered by team member Matt
7th July 2011

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Bumps of smegma

I was just wondering whether it's possible to get hard bumps of smegma underneath the foreskin on the glans. I masturbate regularly and the bumps are easyilly seen through the foreskin when my penis is erect. They're mostly on the underside of my glans. Any clarification would be appreciated.

Asked by anonymous
7th February 2011 (in Health)

Tags: foreskin penis erection spots masturbation smegma

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Smegma is a natural secretion,produced by both men and women. This cheesy, sebaceous matter collects between the glans of the penis and the forskin, and is entirely normal. By washing your genitals at least once a day, making sure to retract the foreskin and get rid of any smegma, you will help keep your penis healthy and odour free. With daily washing, smegma will wash away. It will not remain in a hard lump stuck to your penis. It is likely what you see is an entirely normal condition called 'pearly penile papules,' which are small bumps that often form around the rim of the glans. These should be painless and benign, but if you have any worries about it, book an appointment to see your GP who should be able to put you mind at ease. If you have had unprotected sex, you should go to your local sexual health clinic to rule out the possibility of any STI's. If you would like more help with this, please give us a call: 01380 801951.

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Answered by team member Mara
8th February 2011

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Pre cum and losing erection

Hi, whenever I try and have sex, I generate some amount of precum, i understand its normal, but because of that I lose my erection within a minute or so and then don't get erect enough to perform intercourse. I am a 25year old male and have no other health problems. Also this doesn't happen during masturbation.

Asked by Adam
9th September 2013 (in Sex)

Tags: precum ejaculation erection masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello and thanks for getting in touch with us. There are two areas for erectile dysfunction, it is either a physiological issue or a psychological issue. As you are able to get an erection when masturbating, this shows it is not a physiological issue, just a psychological issue. What is it about pre-cum that causes you to lose your erection, as surely this also gets produced when you are masturbating. You seem to be suffering with some form of performance anxiety, you may benefit from some of sexual therapy/counselling to get over this issue. Please get in touch if you have further info/help needed.

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Answered by team member Matt
11th September 2013

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Soft penis that ejaculates

my husband is hard and bugs me for sex. I get in the bed and he rubs his penis next to my vagina and cum. It's never hard and because of that and he so quick, I start masterbating myself. I am tired of being let down. I don't tell him. I just take care of myself before we get in the act and after b/c i am so horny. What is wrong with him? now I avoid having sex with him and he thinks i got a problem.

Asked by anonymous
12th March 2011 (in Health)

Tags: horny penis ejaculation erection masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

It sounds like a big part of the problem between you and your husband is communicating with each other. The longer your situation continues when you are trying to be intimate, the more difficult it will be to address. It may seem hard for you to sit down and speak with your husband about these sensitive issues, but that is the best chance to work through your problem. It is not uncommon for couples to experience sexual problems, and for both people to get frustrated. If the two of you can start talking about what is happening, you can try to come up with solutions, together. If you find it too difficult to speak with him alone, there are professionals who can help you. Please feel free to contact us for more help with this matter: 01380-801951

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Answered by team member Mara
22nd March 2011

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I was 15 years old i do handpumping to penis daily so in what age should i have to stop this to become a father?

I found that if we are doing handpumping to penis we would not become a father so i have to know that i what age do we stop this to become father?

Asked by karan chauhan
5th October 2013 (in Sex)

Tags: penis masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello and thanks for getting in contact with us. Masturbating/handpumping will not stop you from becoming a father. Most men will continue to masturbate for most of there life, this is normal and healthy. However some may stop for a few weeks when they are trying for a baby to ensure they have a good amount of sperm when having sex, but the body reproduces sperm at a fast rate within 24hrs, so maybe refrain for a couple of days before having sex in the hopes of making a baby, but your certainly don't need to stop all together at some point in your life. We hope this has helped with your concern please get back in touch if we can help further

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Answered by team member Matt
15th October 2013

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Ejaculation

When I ejaculate through sex or masturbation I produce very little sperm or semen, until about a year ago I would produce what I would consider 'normal' amounts but this changed over a short period and has remained as it is now. It makes no difference if I abstain fo a couple of days, the whole act of sex or masturbation still feels completely normal for me but I'm woried about this change... What could it be?

Asked by anonymous
2nd June 2009 (in Health)

Tags: ejaculation masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Consistency of sperm varies from person to person and can be effected by a number of factors such as alcohol consumption, poor diet or change in diet, stress or a recent prolonged spell of illness.

You dont mention colour or consistency of your sperm, has this changed please provide further information. However based upon what you have said i dont beleive this is something you should be concerned about.

If further reassurrance is needed please visit your GP.

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Answered by team member Mark
2nd June 2009

Thanks for the rapid response!



Two things that leap from your reply are the references to beer and junk food! Whilst it may sound like a cop-out, i work shifts and move around all the time, eating steadily is difficult and stress can be very high, This has been the same for 4 1/2 years though and I only noticed this change within the last year. I have had no illness but the booze intake, like everyone else, is totally my choice. Don't get me wrong, I don't drink to excess or every day but I'm a very social guy, and most of that happens in a bar....



You ask about consistency and colour, my ejaculate often seems thicker than i remember and noticeably whiter, my non-medical mind tells me this is down to a higher concentrate of sperm and a corresponding lesser volume of the carrier fluid... I do have a high sex drive and can, err, 'perform' several times in quick succession. If I do, any discharge returns to a more opaque colour and consistency but is still short on volume. I understand the average discharge is 2-3cc, which is where I am now! I just used to produce significantly more. After all, who settles for average?



Thanks for replying so quickly, this is a subject that is embarrassing at best. The anonymity of this site has greatly helped me to be up front and honest....

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Answered by anonymous
3rd June 2009

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Your lifestyle will certainly have an affect to some degree on the quantity and quality of sperm as will age. The amount of sperm reduces as we get older. But I don't think it is something that you overly worry about. As I said previously perhaps for peace of mind you should consider booking an appointment with your GP. Good luck and best wishes.

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Answered by team member Mark
4th June 2009

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About my cock and cum

iam 19 yrs old.im making my self happier by involving in hand practise.Im doing it since 4 yrs.But im not satisfied with the puss coming out of my dick.Ill be satisfied if i get more and more puss out of my dick as same as shown in many sex websites.Im getting only a little bit of puss.Is there any safe methods

Asked by varunkumar
9th February 2013 (in Sex)

Tags: penis ejaculation masturbation gay

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Thank you for getting in touch with Men's Sexual Health. When you say puss, I'm assuming you mean semen/sperm/cum. All men are different regarding how much cum/puss they produce and how far it shots, what it looks like, what it tastes like etc. In sex website, porn, it doesn't generally reflect your average man, the men will generally be very well built, have big cocks and shot lots of cum, and many many men find watching porn depressing as they don't match up to what they see on the screen. Do not get upset by this, what happens in porn is unrealistic for most of the population. However you could try two methods which may increase how much you shot. One safe technique is called 'edging' where a man during masturbation/wanking/hand practice will stop masturbating just before he cums/shoots, lets the moment pass and then slowly continues till he nearly reaches cumming/climax again and stops, this is repeated for a while till he can last no more and most will find this produces bigger, stronger orgasms and more cum. The second safe method is trying kegel exercises/pc muscle. When going to the toilet to pee/urinate, try stopping mid flow, the muscle you contract to stop peeing is the PC muscle, try contracting and releasing that during any time of the day for a few minutes each day, exercising this muscle, this is also meant to help you have bigger and more intense orgasms. But ultimately try not to worry, some men shot a lot and some men don't, its not a big deal. Please get back in touch if we can help any further.

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Answered by team member Matt
13th February 2013

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Masturbation issue

my problem is of masturbation i feel very tired always sperm scomes out from my urine also my penis is also too short my sperms out too early plz tell me is that any serious problem

Asked by gaurav
18th September 2013 (in Sex)

Tags: penis ejaculation premature ejaculation masturbation gay

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Your questions confuse me a bit. When do you feel tired?





Sometimes there is leakage of semen in your urine if you have been aroused a little while earlier – this is normal





What makes you think your penis is too short? 





If your sperms come out early, is this during masturbation, during sex, or even before you touch your penis? 





If you can write giving some more information we may be able to help with some advice



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Answered by team member Dr Peter
9th January 2016

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Low semens output

i am 33, not married, i use to masturbate daily, morning i masturbate and evening also i tried to masturbate. i am unable to cum out. Production sperm is very less for me. sometimes semens looks transparent. suggest me a solution. And also i am sffraid of my penis length & thickness, it is very thin & length is just 3inch after expansion. help me to increase the length & thickness of my penis.

Asked by Triambikaraj
9th July 2013 (in Health)

Tags: penis penis size ejaculation masturbation gay

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello and thanks for getting in touch with us at MSH. Men's production of semen get refiled fairly quickly in a 24hr period, but of course the more times you have sex or masturbate without a long period of time the less sperm will come out each time till you let testicles recover and produce more. Give it a couple of days break and you should find your quantity of sperm returning to normal. You can also increase your sperm but eating a healthy balanced diet, drinking plenty of fluids and being physically active. Regarding your other issue this is a very common question on our Q&A. What you think as small may not be small. Many men would like to increase the size of their penis as penis size is one of the biggest male concerns, nearly all men worry at some stage in their life about the size of their penis. A lot of it can be due to watching porn and seeing how big other men are, but men in porn tend to always be very well hung and that is why they use them in porn. Some men are so unsatisfied it can cause them great distress and make them seek out ways to increase their size. Please ignore any adverts you find on the internet, in magazines or emails claiming to make your penis bigger via any form of pills, you could be putting yourself in more harm and these pills do not work. The only way to change the size of your penis is through surgery and this is extremely risky and could result in you unable to get an erection. The male penis comes in all shapes and sizes, all over the world there are different sizes, for example in India the average size is 4 inches, the UK is 5.5 and the congo in Africa is 7. We are all built differently and never let someone make you feel inadequate with what you have, people fall in love with the person not the penis. There are many different positions you can try with a partner so that you are both sexually satisfied, experiment and see what works best for you. You may benefit from some form of sexual counselling if it is affecting your life a lot. We hope this has helped, please get in touch if you need further advice.

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Answered by team member Matt
11th July 2013

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Difficulty reaching orgasm

I am a 35 year old man, and I have a real problem reaching orgasm during sex. I am married, and have to bug my wife constantly for sex. When we talk about it, she says she would be happy doing it once per fortnight, whereas in my ideal world, we'd do it every night! So we compromise and end up doing it, on average, a couple of times per week. So I spend all week looking forward to those rare nights, and when the day comes I find myself on-edge, anxious (that she might put it off again), but excited. Then finally the time comes, the kids are asleep, so we get into bed (she never wants to do it anywhere else) and we have sex. It is fantastic, and I am really turned on, but I just can't orgasm. I go at it for up to an hour, by which time I know my wife is tired, bored, and probably starting to hurt. So I stop, and we go to sleep. Then I start thinking about the next time, and looking forward to that with anxiousness and excitement, and so the pattern repeats itself. It is making me thoroughly miserable. It makes me so angry with myself and depressed, I hate myself. The thing is I don't have any problem at all when I masturbate, it is only when we have sex. And it makes my wife want to have sex less, because she says it takes so long! Please help, it is really getting me down.

Asked by anonymous
15th August 2010 (in Sex)

Tags: masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

From what you describe, it appears your difficulty stems from a kind of performance anxiety. Although you obviously are highly aroused having sex with your wife, the thought that you are doing something she does not want to do is most likely interfering with your ability to climax. The more you want to orgasm and don't, the more you worry about it. The more you worry about it, the less likely it is to happen, resulting in both parties finding the end result frustrating. Even if your wife was in the mood to start with, regular, hour long sex sessions that don't end in climax when that is the desired goal, might leave her feeling like she is doing something wrong as well.



There are many things to consider here. You and your partner have different sexual appetites. This problem is not uncommon. Many couples find their sexual needs differ, or change from being the same to another level. The fact that you have talked about your differing needs implies the two of you have open communications and a willingness to work together. You have reached a compromise, which is a good start. These are all signs of a healthy relationship. You have a great starting point.



Try to remove pressure from yourself to orgasm when you do have sex. You know you can orgasm, you can do it when you masturbate. What makes it better when you are having sex with your wife? The joy of being intimate. Spend some time concentrating on the pleasure of being together, instead of the end result. Focus on the pleasure of being intimate with your wife, enjoying each other. Better yet, why not have a few nights thinking more about what your wife finds arousing in bed. She may open up to you and ask for a massage with scented oil, a night of jut being held and stroked, or kissed, who knows what she really wants? You will if you ask. If you are worried an activity will go on too long (because there is no 'finish' as in orgasm), agree with your wife beforehand about how long you will spend being intimate; that the goal isn't to reach orgasm, but to enjoy feeling good together.



It is also worth noting that men and women can be wired quite differently when it comes to sex. Where men are usually very visual, thus the sight of your wife may be enough to turn you on, women tend to be more sexually motivated through emotional closeness and harmony. Generally, men compartmentalize sex from everything else in their life; women see everything connected to everything. Give her more emotional intimacy before sexual intimacy. This can be done through simple things like affectionate looks and embraces, or even making a cup of tea! Things you may take for granted could be taking up her whole day: cooking, cleaning, work, children, making it difficult to switch to thinking about her own physical needs, whereas you've been thinking all day "Tonight's the night!" Help her with things, bathe the children and put them to bed, giving her time to relax before getting into bed with you. You may find it makes a world of difference! Eventually, she may find she's looking forward to your intimate evenings together, wanting them more often!



As I said, there are many things to consider, but I hope this has given you a starting point. If you have more information you would like to share about your situation, please do so and we will try our best to help!

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Answered by team member Mara
16th August 2010

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Sensitive glans pain

Hi all members. I am sam, male, 22 years. I have regular masturbation habit and 5 inch dick. The foreskin of my dick easily retracts when it is flaccid, but when hard it doesnt move. I have found that my glans are extremely sensitive when i touched them. With all above conditions can i have sex? Please help me. I have been searching a lot on net related to this but i didnt get proper answer. So please help me. Thanx in advance. Sam

Asked by sam
9th June 2013 (in Sex)

Tags: foreskin penis erection sensitive masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hi Sam, thanks for getting in contact with MSH. From what you are describing it sounds like you may be suffering with Phimosis which is medical term for 'Tight Foreskin'. Regarding treatment, it depends if Phimosis is being caused because you were born with it, or if its occurred from an infection. Either way, you need to seek medical advice from your GP/Doctor as if its something you were born with he may prescribe a mild steroid cream to help and encourage you with some foreskin stretching exercises. If its an infection then again a medication will probably be prescribed to take care of this. But you need to maintain good personal hygiene in the mean time, when flaccid that you clean the head of the penis. We hope this has helped, please get back in touch we you need further advice or support.

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Answered by team member Matt
13th June 2013

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Masturbating

Does Masturbating real fast make me come quicker during sex

Asked by Steven
14th November 2010 (in Health)

Tags: premature ejaculation masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

As previously stated, we take all questions here seriously, as a real concern for the individual asking. Solo masturbation should not make you orgasm quicker during sex. Actually, it is sometimes suggested to men who suffer premature ejaculation to masturbate in an attempt to help them last longer during intercourse. If you are masturbating during sex, it is most likely that this additional stimulation will make you orgasm faster.

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Answered by team member Mara
17th November 2010

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Daily masturbeating

Am 19yrs old male and i love to masturbate daily and i enjoy doing it but once i read a newspaper that if you over masturbate it can cause a problem and i need help and can i do masturbate daily and would it cause problem later and please help me.

Asked by Rakesh
10th December 2012 (in Health)

Tags: masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello and thank you for getting in touch. Masturbation is perfectly normal, in fact its healthy and has been shown to reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer. How often you masturbate varies from person to person, and yes some men do it every day, some more than once a day. You are unlikely to be at any risk, other than causing your penis to become a bit sore if you do it too often, so long as your are not in pain, and it is not getting sore or inflamed you should be ok, to reduce this maybe use some lube to reduce friction. However some people can find themselves becoming addicted to it and it can take over their lives, ruining relationships etc if this is the case do please get back in touch. But no it should not cause you any problems later in life.

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Answered by team member Matt
11th December 2012

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Masturbate

hi i cum too easily and i wanna know that's a problem with my health? while i am masturbating it didn't took long time just a few minutes. i wanna know that how long will it take to cum as usual.

Asked by marana
12th October 2010 (in Health)

Tags: ejaculation masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Thanks for coming back to us with another one of your concerns. Once again, there is no real 'normal' for how long it takes to orgasm. Sometimes it happens faster than others, sometimes it takes longer. If you are worried that you orgasm too quickly, masturbating and trying to hold back on coming is good practise, to see if you are able to focus your thoughts and prolong your enjoyment. If you are alone, as opposed to being with a partner, it is easier to concentrate on NOT coming. If you are with a partner, you can try using condoms to see if they enable you to last longer. What may be especially useful is trying one of the range of condoms meant to prolong sexual activity, mentioned in the previous post, such as Durex Performa or Pasante Delay. There are also lubricants that have the same ingredients, meant to help put off early orgasm. You ask if this is a health problem. As you've not given us very much information about your condition, it is difficult to advise on this. There are many reasons why this could be happeneing to you right now. If you are worried, please make an appointment to see your GP. Hope this helps. Please feel free to ask any further questions if you have more concerns.

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Answered by team member Mara
12th October 2010

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Skin and sex problem

dear sir, i am 26 years old now .from 1998 i used to masturbate .for three years i have done it after that i take rest for 3 years for .then i have got some problem like hair loss(bald head),my memory ,.now ihave problem of bald head ,nightpollution,large acne in my face,my penis become black,small,edge is thick,middle curve and bottom is narrower .if i think bad my semem comes out ,8 times night pollution in a month. not concentrate also have headache and mainly i have hrdrocyl.1 testies large another is small (left 1) .i feel pain in small one.what i have to do now please give me some advice.

Asked by raj
11th September 2012 (in Health)

Tags: penis penis size masturbation gay

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hi. Thanks for getting in touch about your problems. Please be assured that masturbation does not cause any of the problems you have mentioned. Although people may be embarrassed to talk about masturbating, you shouldn't feel ashamed of it or guilty about doing it. People of all ages masturbate and it is often the first sexual experience they have. Masturbation is completely normal and extremely common. Masturbation does not cause any harm, either physically or mentally, even if you do it often. Ejaculating in your sleep is also a normal occurence. If you have noticed some changes in your genitals, skin, hair or memory that are causing you concern, the best thing to do is visit your doctor to discuss this and what the possible reason may be. We hope this information helps put your mind at ease. Please feel free to get back in touch with any further concerns.

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Answered by team member Mara
12th September 2012

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Sex help

I m 26 ,previously I use to masturbate that time my penis size was increase upto my satisfaction size but now a days after first sex i control the sperm to come out during the sex now its paining on nevers, size is also not increasing. and sperm is also not coming and penis is not getting hard.. pls help me

Asked by alpha
18th July 2013 (in Health)

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Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hi thanks for getting in contact with us. I think due to a change in language it is a bit difficult to understand what the exact issue is. But it possibly sounds like you are suffering with some form of erectile dysfunction. This is when a man finds it difficult to get or maintain an erection. There are generally two types of ED, Physiological or Psychological. Physiological issues include - deterioration of the arteries (this is more common in older men), diabetes, smoking, alcoholism, overweight, hormone problems. Psychological issues include, Stress: which could be job related, money issues, relationship issues etc, Anxiety: Once a man experiences ED, he may become overly worried that the problem will happen again. This can lead to "performance anxiety," or a fear of sexual failure, and consistently lead to ED, Guilt: A man may feel guilty that he is not satisfying his partner, Depression : A common cause of ED, depression affects a person physically and psychologically. Depression can cause ED even when a man is completely comfortable in sexual situations. Drugs used to treat depression may also cause ED, Low self-esteem: This can be due to prior episodes of ED (thus a feeling of inadequacy) or can be the result of other issues unrelated to sexual performance, also Childhood abuse has been related to ED. Some men suffer with more than one of the above issues, as some of these cause some of the others to occur. We would recommend speaking to your GP/Doctor so they can determine if it a physiological issue or a psychological issue. The best way to solve psychological ED is therapy with a professional counsellor sex therapist. Discussing you anxiety and fears and concerns will be a big step in dealing with them and overcoming them. Being open and honest with your partner will help this, and may benefit in both attending therapy. If its physiological they will be able to run the appropriate tests and prescribe the right course of treatment for this, please do not seek medications online, you risk being prescribed the wrong medicine or worse, purchasing fake medicine that could end up doing more harm than good, so please make an appointment with your own doctor. Please let us know if we can be of further help.

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Answered by team member Matt
26th July 2013

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Effects of hand practice on health

when puberty comes at age of 15 and a boy starts hand practice because he feels pleasure. do it have negetive effect on his health and future

Asked by hamaad
25th October 2013 (in Health)

Tags: masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Thanks for getting in touch with Men's Sexual Health about your concern. It is entirely normal for young people discovering their sexual feelings to start masturbating; also known as wanking, hand practice and jerking off, among other names. It will not have any negative effect on your health and future, as long as it is only part of your normal activities, and it does not take over your life. Make sure you keep going to school/work/socialising with your friends and family and doing all things that you would normally do. As long as you have a healthy balance in your life, there is nothing wrong with exploring your body. We hope this reply makes you feel better. If you would like any further advice, please get in touch.

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Answered by team member Mara
26th October 2013

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Ejaculating

hi im 18 yrs old,i masturbate like 5 or 6 times a week but all of a sudden i cnt ejaculate no more,do you know what has happen

Asked by RD
12th April 2011 (in Health)

Tags: ejaculation masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Thanks for getting in touch with your problem. Unfortunately, you haven't given us very much information to go on to be able to offer advice, so it is very difficult to say with any kind of surity what your issue may be. The real cause of your delayed or inhibited orgasm must be discovered in order for proper diagnosis and treatment. Based soley on what you've said, our recommendation would be, if you are having problems ejaculating, we recommend you visit your GP. It could be caused from some kind of medication you are on, or it could be something more serious and rare, like retrograde ejaculation, which can be treated, but needs a doctor to diagnose. If you don't have a GP and need advice on where to find one in the Swindon or Wiltshire area, please give us a ring. If you'd like to discuss this further with us, please get in touch again. It may be quickest to ring during office hours: 01380801951

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Answered by team member Mara
18th April 2011

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Lumps underneath my forskin

Hi there, I'm 16 years old, uncircumsised and am still a virgin and haven't engaged in any sexual acts with any other person. I noticed a while ago three white lumps on the glans of my penis that didn't hurt, but had me worrying about what they were. I figured i'd leave them be and see if they just dissapeared on there own, but it's been a month now and they're still there. They're only small, around 3mm in diametre and they're located around the middle of the glans on the right hand side. They don't hurt and don't really pose any immediate problem, but i'm really worried as to what they could be, mostly due to the fact that my forskin won't retract and so i can't get a good look at them. I've searched around a bit and found loads of similar problems, but i don't think it's anything i've seen so far such as pearly white pauples or anything.

Asked by anonymous
1st December 2010 (in Health)

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Response from Men's Sexual Health:

The concern you've posted has two areas of consideration. First, there are the white lumps on your glans. It can be entirely normal to have painless, small white bumps on your penis, especially on your glans, most typically around the corona, the rounded base of the glans. It is clear you have tried to figure out what these lumps are and not found a single, specific condition that fits your case exactly. There can be small variations in symptoms, thus giving the appearance of something different. The greater concern is the second issue, your inability to retract your foreskin, in order to have a good look at what is going on. A baby boy's foreskin is quite tight, but by the age of 16, you should be able to move it with relative ease. As you become sexually active, a tight foreskin will cause discomfort that could have a knock on effect mentally. It is best to try to take care of this sooner, rather than later. The most basic way to try to stretch your foreskin is to manipulate it in your daily shower routine. You can use soap, for ease and availability, though sometimes over use of soaps can cause local irritation. Ideally, you could use something like aqueous cream, which is suitable for most skins. You need to try to move your foreskin over the glans, up to the point of slight discomfort, but not pain. Try to stretch/massage

it twice a day. Over time, your foreskin should

stretch to accomodate more movement. In order to be able to properly clean and look after your penis, you need to be able to retract your foreskin. You may find that once this movement is achieved, your other symptom may clear up. The lumps do not sound like they are anything that should worry you, however, if they do, please book an appointment to visit your gp, who should be experienced in handling these delicate matters confidentially. Or, if you just want to talk, give us a ring, 01380-8018951. We hope we were able to help.

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Answered by team member Mara
2nd December 2010

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Sexual pleasure with balls

I am a male in 45 + and like to question you on my experience on masturbating. It has nothing to deal with my penis, but it is my balls. You know, when I feel physical desire on sex, I gently rub or roll my balls and then I enjoy very special and erotic pleasure. I can carry on masturbating (my balls) for nearly 1 hour. Then when I thought it is too much pleasure for my balls, I masturbate (with my penis) and I get orgasm at last. Is there any disadvantage or risk for my balls and sex life ?

Asked by pauk
21st December 2010 (in Health)

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Response from Men's Sexual Health:

I don't think there is a disadvantage or risk, so long as you are not exerting too much pressure on them. A lot of men enjoy playing with there balls either during masterbation or during sex, while some find them too sensitive to have them touched. If you find it enjoyable and its not causing you any pain during or after then I don't think you need to worry. However, if you notice any lumps or get any aches or pains then please go to your local GP to seek medical help.

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Answered by team member Matt
22nd December 2010