There are three main ejaculation dysfunctions:
Delayed (Retarded) Ejaculation – when ejaculation is slow to occur.
Retrograde Ejaculation – the ejaculate (semen) is directed back into the bladder rather than through the urethra and out of the penis. It is typically caused by malfunction of the bladder sphincter semen is relatively rare and does not normally affect a man’s ability to have sex. This condition is unusual for the general population but does occur for men on certain medications or after prostate surgery. Retrograde ejaculation typically doesn’t require treatment unless it interferes with fertility.
Premature Ejaculation(PE) – when ejaculation occurs too quickly.
Premature ejaculation is, by far, the most common of the three ejaculation dysfunctions.
Male ejaculation is a complex process and not fully understood. It involves ducts, muscles, glands, fluids and the nervous system. When the concern is premature ejaculation, however, the most important issue is what gets the ejaculation process started. Unfortunately, the exact ejaculation trigger mechanism is not well understood.
Initiating ejaculation is the function of the nervous system, involving the brain, the spinal cord and genital nerves. Although the pleasure from sex and the euphoria of orgasm occurs in the brain. Ejaculation is a spinal reflex and can occur without the brain’s involvement. Studies have shown that men with spinal cord injuries can still ejaculate. Nevertheless, the connection between the brain and genitals is critical for successful orgasmic and ejaculatory function. However, brain imaging studies taken during orgasm have not determined a specific location of the brain that triggers ejaculation.
Delaying ejaculation has been successfully accomplished by altering the two ends of the nervous system – the brain and penis. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) alter brain chemistry to delay ejaculation for years, topical desensitizers have been used to increase time to ejaculation. New formulas with absorption technology show improved ejaculation control with minimal loss of sexual pleasure, providing further evidence of the complexity of the ejaculatory response.
There are many occasions when due to anxiety, stress or any other reason, you are unable to last long in the bed. Early ejaculation not only leaves you embarrassed but it also leaves your partner unsatisfied. But, now you can say goodbye to all such awkward moments as S.N.H. KOTO MOTO Men Genicare Gel helps you gain control over your ejaculation and boost your sexual pleasure. Remember, the average woman requires 8 to 12 minutes of direct stimulate on before she can be bought to orgasm.
When you rub S.N.H. KOTO MOTO Men Genicare Gel on your penis, the ingredients in it gently reduce the sensitivity of your penis. This helps delay your orgasm and makes your sexual session more pleasurable and satisfying.
How to use it?
S.N.H. KOTO MOTO Men Genicare Gel is simple to use. Just take an adequate amount of gel and apply it all over your penis. Massage gently until the formula is completely absorbed into your penis skin. Wait 1 to 2 hours (according to desired effect), then rinse thoroughly before engaging in sexual contact. The gel is smooth and completely non-sticky, it doesn’t leave your hands greasy and messy.
S.N.H. KOTO MOTO Men Genicare Gel is formulated using all-natural ingredients and hence, the chances that you experience any kind of side-effects are low. However, you should check all the ingredients carefully to make sure you aren’t allergic to any. We also suggest that you do a patch test using a small amount of S.N.H. KOTO MOTO Men Genicare Gel on your forearm to check if there are any allergic reactions.
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