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  Male sexual disorders

Desire   Erection  Ejaculation Resolution
Low desire poor erection Premature ejaculation priapism
Absent desire Erectile dysfunction Retrograde ejaculation
Excess desire Impotence Anejaculation
    Ejaculatory incompetence
    Night fall
    spermatorrhoea
Erectile dysfunction or impotence is the repeated inability to get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. Premature ejaculation is inability to control ejaculation for sufficient length of time during intravaginal containment to satisfy the female partner in at least 50%of coital events. Retrograde ejaculation is a condition where semen is ejaculated into the bladder rather than out through the urethra because bladder sphincter does not close at the moment of ejaculation.

It is suspected when ejaculate amount is small and urine after intercourse looks turbid or cloudy. Diagnosis is confirmed by microscopic examination of post coital urine showing 15 or more sperms per high power field. Anejaculation is complete absence of ante grade ejaculate. Patient may have decreased or even normal orgasm but no ejaculation takes place. Ejaculatory incompetence is very similar to anejaculation and is often referred as retarded or disturbed ejaculation. Men don’t have difficulty in achieving or maintaining erection however they cannot ejaculate during sex even after achieving orgasm successfully. Diagnosis is established by comparing normal semen analysis with post coital test showing no sperms in cervical mucus.

Night fall is involuntary discharge of semen during sleep. Spermatorrhoea is seminal discharge in urine without erection making urine cloudy. Diagnosis is confirmed by presence of sperms in urine.