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Increase Masturbation Experience

By No one you know on Feb 17, 2011 at 8:43 AM

I want to know if there are ways and or techniques to increase orgasm during masturbation and also increase period of ejaculation. Are there any proven supplements that can be used? Are there any secret pills or gadgets that can be acquired at a sex store? Occasionally (20%-30% of the time) when I masturbate I ejaculate with no orgasm. Why?

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SingleSenior | Feb 17, 2011 at 6:54 PM | Reply | Report

Sorry you are having this problem. Google your question to find out what this is all about. Here is one answer I found...

Ejaculation without orgasm is known as anorgasmic ejaculation. The exact cause is not usually known but stress, anxiety or certain medications such as antidepressants are associated with it.

If the problem persists, then you should consult a sex therapist or a urologist for an examination.

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Madeleine Castellanos, M.D. | Feb 18, 2011 at 12:58 PM | Reply | Report

You may be masturbating very vigorously. Is this happening every time, or just once in awhile? I'm not sure but it seems you might be asking about increasing the time to reaching orgasm? Or are you asking about the time the orgasm itself lasts (~8 sec)? If you are looking to prolong your time to orgasm, you should know that it is pretty average for a guy to reach orgasm within 1-2 minutes of masturbation. In order to prolong that time, you have to adjust your technique or intensity so that you don't have as quick arousal to peak. You should check out our eBook Overcoming Premature Ejaculation, which gives a very good overview of treatments.

No one you know | Feb 19, 2011 at 12:16 AM | Reply | Report

And I forgot to mention that I do not suffer of premature ejaculation...

No one you know | Feb 19, 2011 at 12:15 AM | Reply | Report

Madeleine, thank you for the suggestion and I believe I need to clear some things. Yes, I am looking for a way to make the orgasm itself last longer, that is the root of my question. My orgasm durations are random 1-6 sec. more or less, or sometimes after masturbating for 2-4 minutes i get no orgasm. I believe I can get the best orgasm when I do not masturbate for a period of time of about a week and a half or two weeks or more and FIND something that really turns me on. Porn does not do it for me anymore only DP but that is wearing off for me but in odd times when i find a video that involves a REAL WOMAN (not an actor) and just having the real experience and barely moaning and naturally pretty than that turns me on.

What do you think? Any suggestions, opinions or observations? Is it normal that I have to wait a long period of time without masturbating to reach a better and pleasurable orgasm? And why do sometimes I feel nothing or just a pinch of orgasm that barely lasts a second?

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Madeleine Castellanos, M.D. | Feb 20, 2011 at 4:17 PM | Reply | Report

The intensity of masturbation is affected by a multitude of factors. Frame of mind, level of fatigue, hydration level, time aroused prior to orgasm, level of psychological arousal, time since last orgasm - all can affect it.

No one you know | Feb 20, 2011 at 11:05 PM | Reply | Report

Can medication affect as well? I take around 20 pills x day and I have a medicated infusion once a month... But none of it's secondary effect mention anything related to affecting the reproductive system or anything related to it... I have deeply researched this. But it can be a big possibility that medication can affect but it has not been reported as a side effect affecting sexual desire or function...

RA,MSW,RSW | Feb 22, 2011 at 6:18 PM | Reply | Report

While side effects are typically reported, drug interactions can be very, very tricky. If you are taking 20 different meds, there's no chance a study showing the combined effects of that many substances could have been done. So, med effects might be possible.
However, that's not the first thing I would think of addressing. My reading of your words makes me suspect that your approach to masturbation may be a problem. Guys who would never think of having "wham-bam thank you ma'am" sex with a partner, will sometimes grab their penis and treat it like a pump, "cranking one out."
Why be surprised if it will sometimes act like a pump, and mechanically spurt out some liquid?
SLOW DOWN. Take some time. Be erotic with yourself, be sensual, build the pleasure and the pressure slowly. Be present, focusing on your arousal, and not on the "goal."
You may be surprised at how much pleasure you've been missing.
(P.S., I am not aware of any gadgets or pills that can help with this.)

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