CJUA 

23 Kilmer Dr, Suite C
Morganville, NJ 07751

ph: 732-972-9000
fax: 732-972-0966

Condtitions we treat

Sexual Dysfunction


Premature Ejaculation, Anorgasmia and Delayed Orgasm, Low Libido and Peyronie’s Disease

 

Not all sexual dysfunction in men is due to erectile dysfunction.  Countless men suffer silently with sexual dysfunction, not knowing who to turn to for diagnosis and treatment.  The most common form of male sexual dysfunction, excluding erectile dysfunction, is premature ejaculation, also known as PE.  PE is estimated to occur in up to 21% of men aged 18 to 59.  The definition of PE is ejaculation that occurs sooner than desired, either before or shortly after penetration, causing distress to either one or both partners.   While the cause of PE is not completely understood, many treatments exist, including behavioral, psychological and medical.  Anorgasmia and delayed orgasm are not as common, but equally disturbing to the sufferer and his or her partner.  This may be secondary to stress, anxiety, fear or depression or may be a side effect to medications.  A decrease in libido may occur as one ages, but some sexual desire should still be present.  A lack of a libido may be a sign of a hormonal imbalance or a lack of testosterone, see our description of Andropause for further information.  Lastly, Peyronie’s disease is an abnormal curvature of the erect penis.  This may limit one’s ability to penetrate or may cause significant discomfort during intercourse.  This abnormal curvature is related to an overgrowth of scar tissue which usually occurs from a traumatic injury to the penis but can also occur spontaneously.  Treatment options include observation, oral medications, injection medications, and corrective surgery.

 

 

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23 Kilmer Dr, Suite C
Morganville, NJ 07751

ph: 732-972-9000
fax: 732-972-0966