The strength of a powerful ejaculation

Funmi Akingbade
Many times, a good number of my clients are worried about their sexual stamina, ejaculation performances, sexual fertility strength and erectile potency. They ask questions and most of the answers to these questions depend greatly on the strength of a powerful ejaculation. When the development of ejaculation processing, production and delivery is in very healthy form, every other thing just naturally falls in place. So today, let us look at the strength of a powerful ejaculation.
Ejaculation, which is a normal part of the male sexual response cycle, is the release or ejection of semen from the penis into the vagina. It is typically accompanied by orgasm and it usually carries sperm from the male reproductory tract. During sexual intercourse, semen collects in the ejaculatory ducts. When stimulation reaches its peak, a spinal reflex causes the rhythmic contractions of the smooth muscles within the urethra, penis and the prostate gland, and propels the semen through the urethra out of the tip of the penis in spurts. The first ejaculation in men often occurs about 12 months after the onset of puberty, generally through nocturnal emission (wet dreams). This first semen volume is small. The semen produced during early puberty is also typically clear. After ejaculation, this early semen remains jellylike unlike semen from mature males.
Once a man reaches a certain point of sexual arousal, he can no longer prevent ejaculation. This feeling of having reached the brink of control once contractions start is known as ejaculatory inevitability. The rhythmic contractions of the prostate, perineal muscles and shaft of the penis occur initially at 0.8-second intervals, just as in women, and account for the spurting action of the semen during ejaculation. The intervals between contractions become longer and the intensity of the contractions spills off after the first three or four contractions.
The semen does not actually appear until a few seconds after the point of ejaculatory inevitability because of the distance the seminal fluid has to travel through the urethra. During ejaculation, the internal sphincter of the urinary bladder is tightly sealed to make sure that the seminal fluid travels forward and to prevent any urine from mixing with the semen. Male ejaculation and orgasm are not one and the same process; although in most men and under most circumstances, the two occur simultaneously. Orgasm refers specifically to the sudden and rhythmic muscular contractions in the pelvic region that release accumulated sexual tension and result in an intensely pleasurable sensation. Sometimes, ejaculation occurs involuntarily and unknown to the man during sleep. This is known as nocturnal emission or, in slang terms as a “wet dream” and is particularly common in teenagers and adolescents.
Although in some cases, the fine-tuned process of this sexual response of a good ejaculation could be disrupted. It is this disruption that affects the sexual stamina, ejaculation performances, sexual fertility strength and erectile potency. Such condition is called retrograde ejaculation. In this type of condition, the bladder’s sphincter does not close off properly during ejaculation, so semen spurts backward into the bladder. This condition is usually found in some men who have multiple sclerosis, diabetes, or after some types of prostate surgery. It can also occasionally occur in men who do not have any serious problems. It is not physically harmful, but it does render the man infertile and he may have a different sensation during ejaculation. A retrograde ejaculation is also known as a “dry come” because the man may experience orgasm, but no semen is released from the penis. Premature ejaculation is another disrupting condition. This condition is also known as rapid ejaculation. It is a sexual response problem in which a man consistently feels he has little or no control over the timing of his build-up to ejaculation. This is when ejaculation occurs before the desired time. If a man is unable to ejaculate in a timely manner after prolonged sexual stimulation, in spite of his desire to do so, it is called delayed ejaculation or anorgasmia. An orgasm that is not accompanied by ejaculation is known as a dry orgasm.  We also do have retarded ejaculation which is also known as delayed ejaculation. This condition is a sexual response problem also known as ejaculatory incompetence in which a man is unable to ejaculate even though he is highly sexually aroused.
Another big question is, do ladies ejaculate? Does it have anything to do with good sexual performance, erectile strength of the partner, libidinal stamina and fertility? Female ejaculation is the expulsion of fluid by the para-urethral ducts through and around the female urethra during or before an orgasm. It is also known as gushing or squirting. The exact source and nature of the fluid is still a topic of debate among medical professionals, while surveys I conducted in my office indicated that 35–50 per cent of women report that they have at some time experienced the gushing of fluid during orgasm. This fluid may come from a “female prostate,” this is the rudimentary glands surrounding the urethra whose tissue corresponds to the male prostate gland. This may suggest that the female prostate is the anatomical location of the G-spot. Not all researchers have been able to duplicate the female ejaculatory response in their studies. But not all women experience the ejaculation-like response during sexual activities, the estimation vary between 10  and 40 per cent from the number of women who have ever experienced ejaculation. Therefore, women ejaculation enhances sexual stimulation and orgasm more than fertilization aids. Next week we shall be discussing some natural exercises that produce good ejaculation. Until then, I remain your bedroom instructor.
Questions and Answers
Please if a man masturbates too much for many years, can he still have an orgasm after he stops?
Kindly throw more light on this; if a man masturbates too much, would he still be able to have an orgasm during sex? For me, masturbation has helped me to learn about orgasms, and it doesn’t prevent me from having one during sex.
Bright Shina
One great havoc of heavy, daily, frequent, nonstop masturbation is that it deadens the nerves of the penis and alters the natural way or process of penis performance.  Besides, it can also get in the way of your daily life, it invariably and subtly hurts physically. There are other ways you can learn about orgasm aside masturbating. You may argue that it does not prevent you from having sex now, but I can assure you it will later. It is a matter of time; this is a finding according to research.
My case is so pathetic
My case is so pathetic and tragic; is there hope for me?  I got a VVF as a result of early age pregnancy and narrow pelvic bone. I had a surgical operation which was okay by that time, close to 17 years ago.  Since then, I have not been sexually active until recently. My challenge now is that each time I have sex, I always experience urgency, or pain in the bladder area that is aggravated by the intercourse. This makes me feel so embarrassed because I notice some leakage of urine during sex or orgasm. I know I smell of urine because my husband gives every reason not to have sex with me and each time I look at his penis when he is not watching me, I see him having constant erection. Sometimes, he even masturbates when he thinks I am fast asleep. This has affected my psyche and makes me feel unsexy and avoid sex altogether. Bad enough, each time I bring up the discussion, he avoids talking about it on the ground that I think he may be cheating on me. I am lost for what to do.
Mrs. Bakery-Rey John
You may not be very sure whether he is cheating on you or not; he may just have difficulties coping with the challenge and not also wanting to hurt your feelings. And I also think you may likely be experiencing an overactive bladder [OAB] otherwise called urinary incontinence. This may be as a result of complication from your last surgery, or from medication side effects; it may also be neurological condition or urinary tract infections or pregnancy. This is not a tragic or pathetic case at all; it is a case that can be well handled. First, you and your spouse need to talk about it but definitely not during sex; when sex is not in the agenda. I would suggest cutting back on your fluid intake and avoiding caffeine and other OAB triggers such as alcohol and sometimes chocolate. Then try urinating every two or three hours; this can help re-train your bladder. You do not need to avoid sex. Sex does not worsen the situation unless you have a prolapsed bladder; it is not dangerous and will not cause your bladder to become damaged. If you feel like you smell from urine, you may need to place a well perfumed towel under your butt and apply a good deodorant on the inner part of your thigh.
What is a scrotal Hernia?
What is a Scrotal Hernia? A friend of mine told me his new girlfriend told him he had a scrotal hernia and not a big testis. He seems to be worried because he has always believed he is well endowed when it comes to penis size and the scrotal. But now, it seems his new found love has made him less than a man. How does one differentiate between a big scrotum and a scrotal hernia?
Willy krokley junior
An important first step in recognising a scrotal hernia and setting one’s mind at ease is to become familiar with the nature of hernias. A hernia occurs when a small portion of the intestine pushes through the muscles surrounding it, and bulges underneath the skin. A scrotal hernia is actually a type of inguinal hernia; an inguinal hernia is a term referring to any hernia bulging through the inguinal canal, which is an opening through the abdominal muscles into the groin region. A scrotal hernia is an inguinal hernia that has continued through the inguinal canal and into the area of the scrotum. Inguinal hernias can occur in men and women, while scrotal hernias can only occur in men. The main symptom of a scrotal hernia is a visible bulge in the groin area, but can also extend down into the scrotum and cause an enlarged scrotum. Let him check for a bulge in his groin or scrotum. Some scrotal hernias only appear when the body is under stress – the bulge receding when the body is at rest. Common ‘felt’ symptoms include pain, burning, or a ‘heavy feeling’ in the groin region. If he does not experience this, he should just have a nice time, or if in doubt, let him see the doctor.

Many times, a good number of my clients are worried about their sexual stamina, ejaculation performances, sexual fertility strength and erectile potency. They ask questions and most of the answers to these questions depend greatly on the strength of a powerful ejaculation. When the development of ejaculation processing, production and delivery is in very healthy form, every other thing just naturally falls in place. So today, let us look at the strength of a powerful ejaculation.
Ejaculation, which is a normal part of the male sexual response cycle, is the release or ejection of semen from the penis into the vagina. It is typically accompanied by orgasm and it usually carries sperm from the male reproductory tract. During sexual intercourse, semen collects in the ejaculatory ducts. When stimulation reaches its peak, a spinal reflex causes the rhythmic contractions of the smooth muscles within the urethra, penis and the prostate gland, and propels the semen through the urethra out of the tip of the penis in spurts. The first ejaculation in men often occurs about 12 months after the onset of puberty, generally through nocturnal emission (wet dreams). This first semen volume is small. The semen produced during early puberty is also typically clear. After ejaculation, this early semen remains jellylike unlike semen from mature males.
Once a man reaches a certain point of sexual arousal, he can no longer prevent ejaculation. This feeling of having reached the brink of control once contractions start is known as ejaculatory inevitability. The rhythmic contractions of the prostate, perineal muscles and shaft of the penis occur initially at 0.8-second intervals, just as in women, and account for the spurting action of the semen during ejaculation. The intervals between contractions become longer and the intensity of the contractions spills off after the first three or four contractions.
The semen does not actually appear until a few seconds after the point of ejaculatory inevitability because of the distance the seminal fluid has to travel through the urethra. During ejaculation, the internal sphincter of the urinary bladder is tightly sealed to make sure that the seminal fluid travels forward and to prevent any urine from mixing with the semen. Male ejaculation and orgasm are not one and the same process; although in most men and under most circumstances, the two occur simultaneously. Orgasm refers specifically to the sudden and rhythmic muscular contractions in the pelvic region that release accumulated sexual tension and result in an intensely pleasurable sensation. Sometimes, ejaculation occurs involuntarily and unknown to the man during sleep. This is known as nocturnal emission or, in slang terms as a “wet dream” and is particularly common in teenagers and adolescents.
Although in some cases, the fine-tuned process of this sexual response of a good ejaculation could be disrupted. It is this disruption that affects the sexual stamina, ejaculation performances, sexual fertility strength and erectile potency. Such condition is called retrograde ejaculation. In this type of condition, the bladder’s sphincter does not close off properly during ejaculation, so semen spurts backward into the bladder. This condition is usually found in some men who have multiple sclerosis, diabetes, or after some types of prostate surgery. It can also occasionally occur in men who do not have any serious problems. It is not physically harmful, but it does render the man infertile and he may have a different sensation during ejaculation. A retrograde ejaculation is also known as a “dry come” because the man may experience orgasm, but no semen is released from the penis. Premature ejaculation is another disrupting condition. This condition is also known as rapid ejaculation. It is a sexual response problem in which a man consistently feels he has little or no control over the timing of his build-up to ejaculation. This is when ejaculation occurs before the desired time. If a man is unable to ejaculate in a timely manner after prolonged sexual stimulation, in spite of his desire to do so, it is called delayed ejaculation or anorgasmia. An orgasm that is not accompanied by ejaculation is known as a dry orgasm.  We also do have retarded ejaculation which is also known as delayed ejaculation. This condition is a sexual response problem also known as ejaculatory incompetence in which a man is unable to ejaculate even though he is highly sexually aroused.
Another big question is, do ladies ejaculate? Does it have anything to do with good sexual performance, erectile strength of the partner, libidinal stamina and fertility? Female ejaculation is the expulsion of fluid by the para-urethral ducts through and around the female urethra during or before an orgasm. It is also known as gushing or squirting. The exact source and nature of the fluid is still a topic of debate among medical professionals, while surveys I conducted in my office indicated that 35–50 per cent of women report that they have at some time experienced the gushing of fluid during orgasm. This fluid may come from a “female prostate,” this is the rudimentary glands surrounding the urethra whose tissue corresponds to the male prostate gland. This may suggest that the female prostate is the anatomical location of the G-spot. Not all researchers have been able to duplicate the female ejaculatory response in their studies. But not all women experience the ejaculation-like response during sexual activities, the estimation vary between 10  and 40 per cent from the number of women who have ever experienced ejaculation. Therefore, women ejaculation enhances sexual stimulation and orgasm more than fertilization aids. Next week we shall be discussing some natural exercises that produce good ejaculation. Until then, I remain your bedroom instructor.
Questions and Answers
Please if a man masturbates too much for many years, can he still have an orgasm after he stops?
Kindly throw more light on this; if a man masturbates too much, would he still be able to have an orgasm during sex? For me, masturbation has helped me to learn about orgasms, and it doesn’t prevent me from having one during sex.
Bright Shina
One great havoc of heavy, daily, frequent, nonstop masturbation is that it deadens the nerves of the penis and alters the natural way or process of penis performance.  Besides, it can also get in the way of your daily life, it invariably and subtly hurts physically. There are other ways you can learn about orgasm aside masturbating. You may argue that it does not prevent you from having sex now, but I can assure you it will later. It is a matter of time; this is a finding according to research.

My case is so pathetic
My case is so pathetic and tragic; is there hope for me?  I got a VVF as a result of early age pregnancy and narrow pelvic bone. I had a surgical operation which was okay by that time, close to 17 years ago.  Since then, I have not been sexually active until recently. My challenge now is that each time I have sex, I always experience urgency, or pain in the bladder area that is aggravated by the intercourse. This makes me feel so embarrassed because I notice some leakage of urine during sex or orgasm. I know I smell of urine because my husband gives every reason not to have sex with me and each time I look at his penis when he is not watching me, I see him having constant erection. Sometimes, he even masturbates when he thinks I am fast asleep. This has affected my psyche and makes me feel unsexy and avoid sex altogether. Bad enough, each time I bring up the discussion, he avoids talking about it on the ground that I think he may be cheating on me. I am lost for what to do.
Mrs. Bakery-Rey John
You may not be very sure whether he is cheating on you or not; he may just have difficulties coping with the challenge and not also wanting to hurt your feelings. And I also think you may likely be experiencing an overactive bladder [OAB] otherwise called urinary incontinence. This may be as a result of complication from your last surgery, or from medication side effects; it may also be neurological condition or urinary tract infections or pregnancy. This is not a tragic or pathetic case at all; it is a case that can be well handled. First, you and your spouse need to talk about it but definitely not during sex; when sex is not in the agenda. I would suggest cutting back on your fluid intake and avoiding caffeine and other OAB triggers such as alcohol and sometimes chocolate. Then try urinating every two or three hours; this can help re-train your bladder. You do not need to avoid sex. Sex does not worsen the situation unless you have a prolapsed bladder; it is not dangerous and will not cause your bladder to become damaged. If you feel like you smell from urine, you may need to place a well perfumed towel under your butt and apply a good deodorant on the inner part of your thigh.
What is a scrotal Hernia?
What is a Scrotal Hernia? A friend of mine told me his new girlfriend told him he had a scrotal hernia and not a big testis. He seems to be worried because he has always believed he is well endowed when it comes to penis size and the scrotal. But now, it seems his new found love has made him less than a man. How does one differentiate between a big scrotum and a scrotal hernia?
Willy krokley junior
An important first step in recognising a scrotal hernia and setting one’s mind at ease is to become familiar with the nature of hernias. A hernia occurs when a small portion of the intestine pushes through the muscles surrounding it, and bulges underneath the skin. A scrotal hernia is actually a type of inguinal hernia; an inguinal hernia is a term referring to any hernia bulging through the inguinal canal, which is an opening through the abdominal muscles into the groin region. A scrotal hernia is an inguinal hernia that has continued through the inguinal canal and into the area of the scrotum. Inguinal hernias can occur in men and women, while scrotal hernias can only occur in men. The main symptom of a scrotal hernia is a visible bulge in the groin area, but can also extend down into the scrotum and cause an enlarged scrotum. Let him check for a bulge in his groin or scrotum. Some scrotal hernias only appear when the body is under stress – the bulge receding when the body is at rest. Common ‘felt’ symptoms include pain, burning, or a ‘heavy feeling’ in the groin region. If he does not experience this, he should just have a nice time, or if in doubt, let him see the doctor.
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