Psychological causes can include stress, anxiety, concern about sexual performance, marital/relationship problems, guilt, post-traumatic stress disorder, and past sexual trauma.
Premature ejaculation: The most common form of sexual dysfunction in men. It’s classified as ejaculation that occurs before or soon after penetration.
Inhibited ejaculation: Ejaculation is slow to occur.
Retrograde ejaculation: Occurs at orgasm. Ejaculate is forced back into the bladder rather than through the urethra and out the end of the penis.
Some causes of ejaculation disorders include: nervousness, certain medications, injury, nerve damage, nervousness, and post-traumatic stress or past traumatic incidents.
- Hepatitis B
Behaviors that put individuals at risk of exposure to STDs include:
- Having multiple sex partners or having a sexual partner who has had multiple sex partners
- Having unprotected sex
- Participating in prostitution