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My partner can often not ejaculate. Will ED medication help this?

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Dr. Darren Mack
Urology
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In brief: Maybe

There is a distinct difference in ejaculation, erection, and orgasm and difficulties with each are often treated independently.
Ed medication may help if in fact there is a also a problem with erectile functioning. An isolated problem of ejaculation could be due to retrograde ejaculation or delayed orgasm. A physician can order tests necessary to differentiate the two.

In brief: Maybe

There is a distinct difference in ejaculation, erection, and orgasm and difficulties with each are often treated independently.
Ed medication may help if in fact there is a also a problem with erectile functioning. An isolated problem of ejaculation could be due to retrograde ejaculation or delayed orgasm. A physician can order tests necessary to differentiate the two.
Dr. Darren Mack
Dr. Darren Mack
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In brief: NO

E.D. Medications simply help the penis sequester blood in the penile sinuses.
An ejaculate and orgasm can happen independent of an erection.

In brief: NO

E.D. Medications simply help the penis sequester blood in the penile sinuses.
An ejaculate and orgasm can happen independent of an erection.
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