What Causes Weak Ejaculation and How Is It Treated

What Causes Weak Ejaculation and How Is It Treated?

Weak ejaculate is one of the most common problems among men. Most men don’t realize it because they think their problem is something else like premature ejaculation or even erectile dysfunction. But weak ejaculate is actually caused by several things. And there are many ways to treat it.

The first thing that needs to be known is that the cause of weak ejaculate isn’t necessarily related to any physical condition. Some men have weak ejaculate due to certain medications they take, stress, hormonal imbalance, or other medical conditions. Other times it’s due to lifestyle factors such as smoking or excessive alcohol consumption. So if you’re having trouble getting an erection then you need to get checked out by your doctor!

There are two main types of treatments for weak ejaculate: natural and artificial. Natural treatments include diet changes, exercise, and sexual habits. Artificial treatments include drugs like Viagra or Cialis. Both methods work well but only one will definitely cure your problem completely.

If you want to learn more about which type works best for you then read our article on Which Treatment Works Best For Men With Weak Ejaculation?

There are several things you can do to increase the volume of your ejaculate. One way is by using nasal spray decongestants (like Pseudoephedrine) one to two hours before having sexual activity. Another way is by taking Zinc tablets about a half hour before the act. Yet another way is by taking male enhancement supplements that contain L-Arginine. This amino acid helps with the production of the ejaculatory fluid.

There are also several things you can do to increase the force of your ejaculate. The first is Kegel Exercises. These strengthen the muscles in your pelvic region and will allow for more forceful contractions when you eventually ejaculate. Another way is by using anesthetic sprays like Lidocaine or Proparacaine.

These will desensitize your tip so you don’t feel as much pain when you finally come out.

Obviously Kegel exercises are overall the most beneficial method for treating your problem. These exercises will increase both your force and volume of ejaculate. But we also understand that it can be hard to do at first. So until you get these exercises down you may want to use anesthetic sprays to help you out.

So the order in which you should try these is as follows:

Try kegel exercises when you masturbate or have sexual activity. After you get the hang of these then stop using the sprays.

If you still experience pain or feel like you just can’t ejaculate then use the anesthetic sprays during sexual activity. After you get the hang of these then stop using them.

If you are still experiencing pain during sexual activity even after trying the exercises and sprays then try the following: Put a latex glove over your tip and squeeze your entire genital region (be careful not to hurt yourself). This will both anesthetize your tip and simulate the gripping pressure of a woman’s vaginal canal. You can also try placing your tip in a glass of very warm water (use hot water and don’t burn yourself) for about 5 to 10 minutes. This will generate natural lubrication and again, simulate the gripping pressure of a woman’s vaginal canal.

If you do use any of these methods then make sure to stop using them as soon as possible because they will cause the problem to persist.

Anesthetic sprays are helpful for treating your condition but using them in excess can result in their own set of problems. For example if you’re using them during every sexual activity you have then your body will become used to that level of anesthetic which means you’ll need to use more and more each time. This is obviously not good and can have adverse affects on your internal organs.

The home remedies mentioned above are great ways to increase ejaculate volume and force but again, using them in excess can result in their own set of problems (especially the Kegel exercises). That’s why we highly recommend you see a doctor and get this problem taken care of once and for all with a minor surgery. A doctor can perform a very quick procedure that can permanently solve your issue.

There’s a product on the market right now called Promescent that is currently available in only a few select places in the world (it’s currently not approved in the USA but it does work) but it gives you maximal control over your ejaculations. You might want to look into that as well since it is designed to eliminate premature ejaculation issues once and for all.

Also don’t forget to buy the Ebook today because every minute you spend suffering from this issue is another minute of not having the quality of life you desire.

We don’t even know how many more years we have on this planet and you probably don’t either, so do you really want to waste any more of your precious time struggling with this problem?

If you have any other questions please feel free to ask us at anytime.


Help centre team.

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