Delayed ejaculation, also called retarded ejaculation or inhibited ejaculation, is a man's inability for or persistent difficulty in achieving orgasm, despite typical sexual desire and sexual stimulation. Generally, a man can reach orgasm within a few minutes of active thrusting during sexual intercourse, whereas a man with delayed ejaculation either does not have orgasms at all or cannot have an orgasm until after prolonged intercourse which might last for 30–45 minutes or more.
Disease Statistics: The most common sexual dysfunction for men is ejaculatory disorder. These include rapid or premature ejaculation (75%), delayed (8%) often nerve or drug induced, no ejaculation, and retrograde ejaculation from incompetence of bladder neck (ejaculate goes back into bladder instead of out) which occurs after a TURP.
The problem of delayed ejaculation can be cured by the proper sex therapy. The other way of the treatment is medication.
Major Research on Disease:
The current research is about the medical and physiological treatment of the disease and along with the hormonal correlation of the disease.