Erectile Dysfunction is a difficulty achieving erections that are firm enough for penetration and receiving pleasure. Impotence is the inability to become erect. Sometimes there can be a physical reason and sometimes it is psychological or circumstantial.
We will work towards increasing your pleasure receptivity, understand what may trigger your symptoms, and skills for pleasing your partner. Psychological impotence can take some time to move through. This requires a level of support and trust that allows you to slowly uncover the reasons why your erections are not as you wish, and to make the changes that are necessary to support full erectile health.
Premature Ejaculation is considered to be when a man ejaculates 'too quickly'. The average time a man lasts during penetration is 3-5 minutes. I like to help men to learn gain enough control and understanding of their arousal so that they can choose when it is time to ejaculate.
Some men experience quite severe PE, and will ejaculate before penetration, or within seconds of penetration. Some men experience ejaculation bit do not experience the associated orgasm. It is possible to learn techniques which enable you to slow down and control your level of arousal, reduce anxiety about PE, and enjoy your sexual expression much more.
Delayed Ejaculation is when you need extended stimulation in order to be able to orgasm or ejaculate and occurs for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it can take longer than 30 minutes of sustained penetration or direct stimulation, and for some even then the orasm or ejaculation is elusive. This condition can be treated, and you can return to full function and pleasure.
The prostate is a small organ the size of a walnut, which stores some of the ejaculatory fluid. During orgasm sperm is pumped from the testes and fluid is secreted from the prostate, these meet to form semen and exit through the urethra. The prostate can enlarge through infection or simply as one ages, and this can interfere with urination, erections and cause discomfort.