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Experience:  Practicing Physician, Family Physician for 7 years
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JA: Have you seen a doctor about this yet? What medications are you taking?
Customer: for high blood pressure, for cholesterol, and for RLS. amlodipine, vytrin, and premipaxole
JA: When was last time you had a check up? Is there a history of high blood pressure in your family?
Customer: yes
JA: Anything else in your medical history you think the doctor should know?
Customer: no
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Dr. Josh replied 11 months ago.


Myself Dr Josh- and I’m happy to help with your question today.

Please provide me the following information so that I can address your concern-

What is your exact question.

Please tell about your symptoms.

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Customer: replied 11 months ago.
It takes a long to time to feel an orgasm or no orgasm at all. Lack of sensitivity even though I am able to get a full erection
Expert:  Dr. Josh replied 11 months ago.


I can understand your problem.

Well, according to a fact, one man in ten has this problem at some time in his life.
It can be managed with-
abstaining from intercourse, and concentrate instead on petting and cuddling and the partner is encouraged to masturbate the man to a climax outside her body.

Also, It is estimated that around 90 per cent of anorgasmia problems are related to psychological issues. Work stress, performance anxiety contributes to this condition.

Also, the sedative effects of some drugs, including alcohol, can effect the orgasmic response.

If this a problem, from long time, then firstly you should see a qualified sex counselor or sex therapist.

They will advise - Communication training , relaxed interactions ,Graduated assignments , and will check there is not something underlying organic issue. Also the success rates for this form of therapy are estimated between 65 to 85 per cent.

One should avoid caffeine, alcohol. You should get engaged in aerobic exercise and stress-management techniques like deep breathing and yoga.

Please start with Counselor and see your primary doctor and discuss this issue.

Hope this helped

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