Common Causes of Orgasm Problems

By:Vatsal Anand, Onlymyhealth Editorial Team,Date:Jan 08, 2013

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Your sex life would be in a rut if you develop orgasm problems, which are premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. Losing spark in your partner is one thing, but not being able to perform after being aroused is even more unfair to her. You need to do all you can to prevent these problems. The first steps are to know more about the causes.
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    Underlying Medical Conditions

    You were worried sick about your medical condition, only to find that it is causing even more serious a complication, which can affect the relationship with your partner. Diseases of liver, kidneys, lungs, heart and even diabetes can restrict the blood flow to the penis, causing orgasm problems.

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    Cigarettes you Smoke

    Smokers beware! You might be indulging in puffs unawares but it is a serious threat to your sex life! Around 1,20,000 men in USA have been identified as impotent due to smoking. According to National Health Services of UK, the semen quality and sperm count in men, especially in their 30s or 40s, go down due to smoking. So, it is advisable to quit smoking even if becoming a father is not high in your priorities at the moment.

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    Stress That Kills Your Sex Drive

    Your stress at work, home or due to any other preoccupation can cause problems in orgasm. It is important for you to separate your intimate moments from the strains of these factors, failing which you are more likely to become impotent. The resultant low self esteem and depression can further your problem. So, be stress free for the sake of having a normal orgasm’s sake, if nothing else!

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    Accidental Damage to your Body Organs

    Accidental damage to the vital organs is always a possible cause of orgasm problems. If such is your case, there is no other way but to undergo a surgery for getting the organ back to its normal functioning. Bemusing enough, even riding bikes for long can cause some sort of impotence as the pressure on veins restrict blood flow to the penis. The penis gets temporarily numbed.

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