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orgasm without ejaculating
Is it possible for a man to orgasm without ejaculation?
Although we sometimes use the terms "orgasm" and "ejaculation" interchangeably when referring to men, the two are, in fact, distinct processes. It is entirely possible for men to have orgasms with no ejaculation, or rarely, ejaculation without orgasm.
Some men teach themselves to clench their PC muscles very tightly or squeeze the end of the penis immediately prior to orgasm to avoid ejaculating. For reasons not entirely understood, it is ejaculation and not orgasm that causes a man to go into a refractory period. Thus, if a man can avoid ejaculating, he can keep his erection and have an almost unlimited number of orgasms. Hmm... sounds better all the time doesn't it?
My husband and I just recently got married, and I'd like to think our sex life is fulfilling. In spite of this, however, my husband regularly masturbates to porn online. He says it's only to relieve stress but I feel like I'm being cheated on.
I know he does it, and very often too... more often than we have sex. What should I do? Am I overreacting when I feel cheated on and insecure about my own sexuality?
Your feelings are common and natural, but you need to understand that people masturbate and watch porn for all sorts of reasons, even if they are completely satisfied with their partners. It is completely normal.
The fact that your husband masturbates does not mean that he does not love you or is not attracted to you. Sex is not a zero-sum game. It is unlikely that he is masturbating to replace having sex with you. Sometimes men (and women for that matter) just want to have a quick orgasm, or relieve stress, or whatever, and don't want to worry about pleasing their partner.
Have you expressed your discomfort to your husband? Is he aware of how you feel? Once he knows it is upsetting you, there may be ways to compromise. It sounds like perhaps what is really making the current situation difficult is the secret and furtive nature of it. Perhaps if it were out in the open and a shared experience, it would no longer trouble you.
If you still can't come to terms with this, you might want to explore what exactly about your husband masturbating to porn is making you feel insecure. After all, there is no way to have an "affair" with a video. Is there something else going on in the relationship?
Unless he is watching porn and masturbating compulsively -- as a way to avoid you or other things in life -- I don't see it as a problem, unless you make it one. If you just can't make any headway, a quick trip to a counselor might be the next step. Good luck to both of you.
dry, scaly penis
My husband sometimes has a rash on his penis near the glans (head). It does not itch or hurt but when it starts to go away it gets all dry just like dry skin, and then it comes back. What could this be?
It is very difficult to assess what your husband's condition might be without a proper diagnosis. I would therefore suggest that he see his doctor when the rash is active.
That said, there are not many conditions that cause the kinds of symptoms you are talking about. The most common would be a yeast infection. Yes, men get them too. Fungal infections (of which yeast is one) can form on many parts of the body. In fact, athlete's foot and yeast infections are exactly the same thing. When they occur in a man's genital area, it is often referred to as "jock itch." Basically, any part of the body that can get moist and is then deprived of oxygen can develop this sort of infection, which most often causes a rash, itching and burning, as well as cracked or dry skin. After time, the skin will often peel and then return to normal, but the symptoms will usually reappear.
If you suspect this might be the cause, I would suggest a few things:
1- He should wear loose-fitting, cotton boxers that allow his genitals to breathe;
2- Avoid having intercourse or use a condom if you have a yeast infection since you can spread it to each other;
3- He should practice good hygiene, but also try to keep his genital area dry and perspiration-free;
4- He can try an over-the-counter medication for jock itch like Tinactin or Lamisil.
If none of these suggestions help, he should definitely seek medical attention. I would strongly advise he see his doctor regardless. It is better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your genitals.