The inability of the man to avoid ejaculating before he is ready to. A guy who has ejaculatory control can, within a reasonable time, last as long as he wishes.
Impotence (Erection Disorder):
The recurring inability to achieve and/or maintain an adequate erection until the completion of the sexual activity. This problem can be partner specific. Erections will occur in the morning or with masturbation. If, however, the erection difficulty persists when there is no partner around, this could be a physical problem. A medical evaluation is appropriate in such circumstances.
The exact opposite of premature ejaculation. The man has difficulty achieving orgasm inside the woman's vagina. The result is that intercourse lasts way too long....to the discomfort of himself and his partner. Often the man will not ejaculate at all with a partner.
Lack of Desire:
The absence of sexual fantasies and/or the desire for sexual relations with a partner. Low sexual desire can be global and encompass all types of sexual expression. It can also be situational and limited to one partner or even specific sexual acts (e.g. Intercourse).
Difficulty either achieving intravaginal orgasm (as with Retarded Ejaculation) or ejaculating too quickly (as with Premature Ejaculation). The disorder arises from counter intuitive masturbation strategies. The manner the man masturbates interferes with arousal with a partner and with intravaginal sensations during intercourse.
Fear of Intimacy:
The avoiding of intimate, open relations with a partner. Sexual activity is focused on the genitalia to the exclusion of the intimacy involved in lingering kisses and caresses. Intense intimate relating sometimes can be experienced when limited to casual or unavailable partners.
An individual who has never experienced successful sexual intercourse. Frequently, he or she is inexperienced with the opposite sex and socially anxious. The definition can also apply to an individual who has had successful non-intercourse genital experiences.
(Immature Sexuality) Sexual interest is exclusively driven by emotions and mood and not by genital pleasuring. Sexual relations with a partner is an opportunity to have emotional needs satisfied. It is not particularly an opportunity to enjoy pleasurable erotic sensations. There usually is a recurrent history of discomfort or avoidance of genital pleasure and/or intercourse itself.
Anticipatory anxiety drives this problem. The individual anticipates sexual contact when in an intimate setting or sometimes long before such contact. Panic occurs at the prospect of having to perform what is being anticipated.