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I discharge sperm very quickly, not sexually active. Will this be a problem in future?

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I have two following problems:
1. I discharge sperm very quiclky in few minutes like 1 -2 minutes;
2. And the second major problem is the upper part of my penis does not goes back at the time of erection, normally all mens penis upper skin goes back at the time of erection. Would this problem make some problem in sex, I had no sex yet.
I generally masturbates in 1-2 days interval.
Is masturbates create some problem?
Posted Sun, 27 Oct 2013 in Men's Health
Answered by Dr. Shoaib Khan 1 hour later
Brief Answer:
Treatment for both conditions mentioned

Detailed Answer:
Hello my friend and welcome.

Thank you for writing in.

Let me first start by explaining that sexual intercourse is an act that only gets better with experience. As mentioned by you, you have not yet indulged in sexual intercourse. So please understand that if you climax soon while masturbating, this will change once you gain more experience with sexual intercourse.

1. Most individuals who climax/ejaculate early have a simple problem called 'performance anxiety'. In this condition, the individual is so anxious and worried about his performance, that this triggers an early response to ejaculation, and this results in early ejaculation. Please stop worry about this, and with time and practice you will get better. If you wish, I could also explain a very well known and successful technique that is advised to men who ejaculate prematurely (early) during sexual intercourse, but this can be implemented only during intercourse. Let me know if you wish to know about this technique.

2. What you are experiencing is when the foreskin of an uncircumcised individual does not retract completely. The treatment for the same includes the following:
-Stretching tecnique: Pull and hold the foreskin as much as possible for at least a few minutes when your penis is erect. Do this at least once a day, for at least 2 months and your foreskin should loosen up. If this fails, the following surgical options are available
-Small incision made in the foreskin that will help it to retract easily when the penis is erect
-Circumcision (is a safe and effective method that helps maintain hygiene and enhance pleasure during sexual intercourse)

Masturbation is not a problem at all. I hope this information helps you sir. Please feel free to write back to me for any further clarifications, I would be more than happy to help you.

Take care.
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Follow-up: I discharge sperm very quickly, not sexually active. Will this be a problem in future? 52 minutes later
First of all thanks a lot for such a satisfying answer.
I am again asking questions:
Q-1) When my penis is in flaccid position i can move my foreskin back but at the time of erection i feel little pain?
Q-2) Could you please tell me what is that technique, you mentioned in the first answer?
Q-3) If I masturbate daily, Will this make some problem in my future sexual intercourse? How can I increase my ejaculation time? I want to masturbate for a long time like 7-8 minutes, Is this possible?
Answered by Dr. Shoaib Khan 51 minutes later
Brief Answer:
All questions answered elaborately

Detailed Answer:
Hello once again.

You are most welcome, I shall surely help you with your other queries as well.

1. Yes, I understand. This is exactly what I was talking about, it is a common problem for uncircumcised men, and the treatment options are listed above sir, you may try the stretching technique or go for either of the minor procedures to attain complete relief

2. This technique is called the 'squeeze and release' technique. In this technique, the male and female go about sexual intercourse as usual. When the male gets the feeling of an approaching climax (ejaculation), he takes his penis out of the vagina and his partner squeezes the head of the penis with her thumb on the base of the head of the penis and the index finger making a ring around the head of the penis. This squeeze should be tight and last as long as the male partner loses the feeling or urge of wanting to ejaculate. This might also make the penis flaccid, which is why the two partners should then begin with foreplay once again in order to attain another erection, which will again give them extra time for penetrative sexual intercourse. This process can be repeated as many times as possible.

3. Masturbation is a very healthy practice and is highly recommended by many doctors around the world. This will not affect your future sexual life in anyway sir, I assure you that. I would just want to mention two points here for your reference:
a. Masturbating around 2-4 hours before planned sexual intercourse can also help in delaying ejaculation, which can result in a prolonged sexual course
b. Masturbation a few minutes before sexual intercourse should be avoided, as this might cause the male partner to take time to attain a full erection; and also, the second erection will not be as hard as the first one.
Do keep both these points in mind.

Masturbation is all about attaining sexual pleasure, but if you wish to prolong your ejaculation time during masturbation, there is another technique during which, the individual holds his scrotum and teste in one hand and pulls it away from the penis when he feels the urge to ejaculate, this reduces the urge. This practice will take time to get used to, but do not stop. Keep practicing and you will soon be able to control or delay your ejaculation.

I would also advice you to look up Kegel's exercises for men, which are pelvic exercises that will help give you the power to control your pelvic muscles, and in turn delay ejaculation. This takes time and a lot of practice, speak to a sex specialist regarding the same.

I hope you found my response helpful and informative. Please write back to me for any further clarifications, I would be more than happy to help.

Best wishes.
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Follow-up: I discharge sperm very quickly, not sexually active. Will this be a problem in future? 2 hours later
You did a fantastic job Mr.Shoaib, the way you are answering me is appreciable.Thanks

Q-1) I will follow your instruction but if any case I do not follow these techniques(Stretching and other two surgery technique), so will it make problem first time?
Q-2) I had Girlfriend, we had never sex but yeah I want to share you something she rubbed my penis very hardly once and after that I have felt pain in my penis muscles for 2-3 days, so Will i feel same if I do sex first time?
Q-3) I always charged for sex or you can say I always want to do sex. Is this any disease or this is normal human nature?
Answered by Dr. Shoaib Khan 17 minutes later
Brief Answer:
No; no; Normal

Detailed Answer:
Hello once again sir.

Thank you for the kind words.

1. Even if you do not follow the above mentioned techniques or treatment options, the only problem you might face is pain during intercourse or a delayed ejaculation

2. It is possible. The reason why you felt pain was because your partner rubbed your penis without a lubricant (meaning it was dry). During intercourse, the female vagina is normally very well lubricated, and so you should not face such a problem during sexual intercourse. But if there is a lack of lubricant, you can always use petroleum jelly (eg. Vaseline)

3. It is completely normal to have cravings for sex. My only advice would be to be safe (use protection) and find one partner (instead of having many).

I hope you found my response helpful. Please do take sometime to write a review about my answers, so my team knows how you liked my response.

Take care and god bless.
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