Amethyst Therapy

Linda Creamer PG Dip, DCH, Cert. CC Relate/COSRT member
07794 647 442

Retarded Ejaculation (RE)

Retarded ejaculation — sometimes called impaired, inhibited or delayed ejaculation — is a condition in which it takes an extended period of sexual stimulation for a man to reach sexual climax and release semen from the penis (ejaculate). Some men with delayed ejaculation are unable to ejaculate at all.

RE can be temporary or a lifelong problem. It's normal for men to have RE from time to time. RE is only a problem if it's ongoing or causes stress for you or your partner.

Treatment

Linda has a vast amount of experience, and has helped many men and couples to overcome Retarded Ejaculation, so don’t suffer in silence call Linda today.

After obtaining information regarding the history of your problem, Linda will consider the cause and offer an appropriate treatment plan. The treatment plan may include;

Homework tasks
Talk therapy communicating openly about sex
Hypnotherapy and relaxation techniques
Consulting with your GP if a physical problem also exists
Consideration of other resources where necessary


Linda can also provide you with some practical advice about sex, such as foreplay techniques, and how to make effective use of other treatments for RE in order to improve your sex life.

Physical causes

Certain birth defects affecting the male reproductive system
Injury to the pelvic nerves that control orgasm
Certain infections
Heart disease
Prostate infection or urinary tract infection
Neurological diseases, such as stroke or nerve damage to the spinal cord
Hormone-related conditions, such as low testosterone


Psychological causes

Depression, anxiety or other mental health conditions
Relationship problems due to stress, poor communication or other concerns
Anxiety about performance
Cultural or religious taboos
Differences between the reality of sex with a partner and sexual fantasies


Medications and other substances that can cause delayed ejaculation include:

Most types of antidepressants
Certain high blood pressure medications
Alcohol — particularly drinking too much


Call Linda on 0779 4647442 to ask any further questions or to book an appointment. You can also contact us via e-mail and request a call back using the contact page.

*Disclaimer: The results of these services and therapies may vary from person to person.