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She says most cases have a psychological reason, and she is mostly speaking about specific causes, such as delayed ejaculation, shyness, poor self confidence, personality issues... Obviously it's her field and she might have treated couples with those problems successfully. But most cases doesn't mean everyone's case.

She also says that there is almost no reseach on anorgasmia in men. That is sadly true. Anorgasmia isn't deadly and therefore is not a priority to solve. Like you said to me a few years ago, research requires money and funding usually goes to other issues which are more urgent to solve... Or just return money faster.

A few years ago, after visiting different doctors who apparently found nothing wrong in my medical tests, almost everyone said that I should search for a psychological solution. I went to a renowned sexologist in my city, knowing that I would probably just throw away some of my money. While I went to the sessions, she was searching for trauma, insecurities, any psychological reason which could have caused my insensitivity.

I opened the story of my life to her. I wanted to find something wrong in my mind and solve it... Mostly because everyone was so confident that the problem was in my mind. But it wasn't. Maybe now it is, after 10 years not feeling sexual pleasure... I'm not losing my hopes to find a solution, but still... I realise my thinking processes have changed. Now I know I will masturbate or make love and feel almost nothing physically... So my frequency of sex has diminished a lot, even though I get excited and have a high amount of desire. Everyone around me is gaining experience while I'm... On pause.

What I've experienced with doctors is that they either are not interested, or they don't know what to do. This is maybe a problem which should be treated by different specialists at the same time. I can tell there are different issues which could cause this, just by reading other people's stories. That would mean the solution may also be personal for each case.

I'm amazed this isn't investigated. Some doctors must suffer it and do nothing. Some rich people must suffer it and their money can't find doctors who are interested in the subject. The only thing I can think of, is this problem being a few orders of magnitude more difficult than the current knowledge we have about our biology.
Sensation. I had exactly the same experience. finally managed to see an expert at  London hospital who said there would probably be no cure as it was probably psychological but he was interested enough to see me privately in Harley street. he was a sincere guy but at the ned of many hundreds of pounds treatment the only thing I got from it was that he advised me to relax during sex and focus on the sensation. it isn't researched because we men are too insecure to get it out in the open. would you on tv to  speak about it? I wouldn't. so it gets no publicity and therefore remains in the shadows and us blokes are easy prey while we search desperately for a fix. it breaks my heart
General Discussion / Re: TENS unit / electrostim
« Last post by fireman on October 07, 2018, 11:37:24 AM »
nolongernumb. I bought a tens a few years ago. ive been desperate to experience the feelings of orgasm I had a long long time ago. im afraid to say I felt nothing. apart from when I tried to remove it from my penis and got a hefty shock through my hand. I am also very wary of this kind of machine as I had a heart attack 12 years ago. I was so disappointed at yet another failure it has stayed in my wardrobe ever since :-((
Contributing Factors - Physical / Re: EA - Related to Phymosis / Ischemia ?
« Last post by gdop on October 01, 2018, 07:09:16 AM »
Some of us are circumcised, so no phimosis here.

As for the ischemia, I think mi colour is right.
General Discussion / Re: Male squirting?
« Last post by bongo on September 27, 2018, 02:43:27 AM »
Guess it only works on me then? Not pleasurable but at least there's nerves there doing something .
I'm Cured! / Re: Been cured 6 months. Here's how I did it.
« Last post by karenina on September 15, 2018, 08:26:08 AM »
Will try to get some Augmentin and will be giving it a try if I can. Thanks for the idea. What level dosages were you taking? Thanks
I'm Cured! / Re: Been cured 6 months. Here's how I did it.
« Last post by curedhereshow2 on September 09, 2018, 06:39:46 PM »
I've had amoxicillin for many ear infections and never had any increase in pleasure, 40 years now without!

I’m sorry it didn’t work for you. I am still cured with this method and haven’t needed to take another dose yet.

Just to cover all bases: Are you sure it was Amoxicillin w/ Clavulanic Acid? For all I know it was the Clavulanic Acid that cured me, that’s why I was specific.
Contributing Factors - Physical / Re: EA - Related to Phymosis / Ischemia ?
« Last post by karenina on September 09, 2018, 06:33:54 AM »
replying since I saw in the other thread you wanted responses on this.
I am quite similar in that I have at least regular phimosis, if not a more advanced version.
So I'm wondering if this is common with other users here, since your theory of poor blood circulation makes a lot of sense.
FYI some extra details - I had quite extreme phimosis when  but managed to get past it and have healthy sex life for about 7 months with full orgasm, however the some part of the phimosis was a body image issue for me, and I attempted to stretch the skin as I had in the past. I believe that the time I tried this was around the same time I stopped have orgasm, though it could be a coincidence. Since then I have had no orgasm.

I'm hoping others may respond with whether they have had similar circumstance.
Contributing Factors - Physical / Re: Could EA simply be genetic?
« Last post by asvidesh on September 04, 2018, 06:12:15 AM »
Had the problem since my teens (i'm nearly 50 now) & being in a conservative Asian country , bringing this up 30-35 years ago would have been taboo ..... many members in the same boat , as in, having this problem since decades :-(

Personally, I strongly doubt it is genetic.
General Discussion / Re: New user intro
« Last post by asvidesh on September 04, 2018, 06:03:12 AM »
Not a new member, but thought i'd re-share what i posted a long while ago ....

I live in an Asian country. I'm almost 50 now .... This problem hit me in my early teens, just a few years after i discovered the joy of orgasms. So i enjoyed pleasurable orgasms for hardly 3 years or so :-(

Just once, 2-3 years after i got this problem, i enjoyed 1 single orgasm with the normal pleasure .... i was stunned & overjoyed ..... only to be disappointed again when it was back to pleasureless ejaculation the next time onwards ..... now it's 30+ years post that last orgasm .....

Had posted some thoughts on the problem once ( would have been nice to have got some responses :-)  ) :,325.msg1964.html#msg1964
I'm Cured! / Re: Been cured 6 months. Here's how I did it.
« Last post by asvidesh on September 04, 2018, 05:29:58 AM »
Many Thanks CuredHeresHow ... Many members have been suffering from this for many decades & have probably given up hope .... so it's great to believe that there might be hope yet .
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