Delayed Ejaculation – The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (DSM-IV-TR) defines delayed ejaculation(DE) as “a persistent delay in or absence of, orgasm in a male following a normal sexual excitement phase during sexual activity that the clinician, taking into account the person’s age , judges to be adequate in focus, intensity and direction.
Paraphimosis is a surgical emergency that results from the prepuce (foreskin) being stuck at the corona glandis (rim of the glans). The patient is unable to roll the skin back normally. This condition usually occurs in individuals who have a tight prepuce. The trigger could be forceful prolonged duration masturbation or it could be intercourse in a dry vagina. When this occurs there is usually pain and swelling that results from blockade of lymphatics in that area. As time progresses the swelling becomes worse and chances of the paraphimosis reducing on its own become negligible.