Updated: FEBRUARY 3, 2020
Male orgasmic disorder is the inability of a male to acheive orgasm following the a customary phase of sexual excitement. In order to be classified as a disorder, this inability must be recurrent or persistent. Male orgasmic disorder can consist of significantly delayed orgasms or a complete absence of orgasms.
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The DSM-IV-TR classifies male orgasmic disorder alongside sexual dysfunctions such as erectile dysfunction and dyspareunia.
The cause of male orgasmic disorder can be physical such as thyroid disorder or medication side effects. There can be a psychological cause, too. Mental such as depression, fear of impregnating one's partner, or trauma from past sexual abuse can cause male orgasmic disorder.