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Unable to have an orgasm. What is wrong?

Hi there, My boyfriend has never been able to ejaculate from masturbation, he s tried half a dozen times in his life, he is now 20 years old. Since he s been with me, he s been able to ejaculate from me masturbating him in a very short amount of time (about 30-60 seconds) but he was completely silent and still during the ejaculation and says he didn t get that much pleasure from it. Since he has tried to masturbate himself but he still can t do it, and he does not like looking at porn. I m thinking he s never had an orgasm so doesn t see the point in masturbation or sex because he s never felt an orgasm. What is wrong with him and how can it be fixed?? Please help me, thank you.
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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Neurologist 's  Response
It is very unusual for a man who is 20 yrs old to not have experienced orgasm or ejaculation. That he was able to achieve it with your help is reassuring that he is functionally normal. Probably his libido is low and he does not likes as much sexual activity. Alternatively there is something he has not told you which is interfering with his sexual thoughts. He needs to consult a psychiatrist/ sexologist to further understand the nature of his problem and have a solution.
Good luck.
Answered: Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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Sexologist Dr. Ashwini Billampelly's  Response
Hello. It seems your boyfriend is suffering from a problem called premature ejaculation. he needs proper consultation and advice about sensate focus exercises to be able to prolong his ejaculation urge. both you partners can help each other get over his problem by practicising these exercises.
Answered: Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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