Guys generally want to avoid male organ problems of all kinds – including the rare condition known as spontaneous emissions. Medications used to treat ADHD are one possible cause of this problem. There are a wide range of issues which could legitimately be termed male organ problems, from tumescence dysfunction to dry member skin to a bent manhood to early on emissions. One of the more unusual (and therefore rare) male organ problems is spontaneous emissions. This condition can occur in any man, but some men with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) may be more likely to experience it, as a side effect of medication used to treat ADHD.
About spontaneous emissions
Some people may assume that spontaneous emissions is the same as early on emissions, but they are considered two different conditions.
When a man suffers from early on emissions, it generally means that he releases seed earlier in a sensual encounter than he intends. Typically, this is in reference to penetrative coupling, with the seed erupting from the member either before it enters the female organ or within a very short time after successfully penetrating. (The International Society for Sensual Medicine defines that very short time as within one minute of penetration.) Early on emissions always therefore occurs during a sensual situation.
Spontaneous emission, on the other hand, refers to male seed leaving the member outside the context of a sensual situation and one in which there has been no physical or mental sensual stimulation beforehand.
Some men might assume therefore that nocturnal emissions – or wet dreams – would qualify as spontaneous emissions. However, nocturnal emission may often include physical or mental stimulation, even if the mental stimulation may be encoded in indirect dream imagery.
When a man has true spontaneous emissions, it occurs devoid of sensual context (other than perhaps a non-sensually-induced tumescence). For instance, one case history reports a teen-aged boy with ADHD who experienced multiple spontaneous emissions while taking tests in school.
In the case of this boy, and of some other reports in the medical literature, the reason for this appears to be a combination of medication used to treat his ADHD and a feeling of intense anxiety. The boy had been prescribed methylphenidate, a common medication for ADHD. The medication seemed to be effectively treating his ADHD, but with this embarrassing and inconvenient side effect. When medication use was discontinued, the spontaneous emissions did, as well.
Another medication associated with ADHD, atomoxetine, also has been reported to cause spontaneous emissions. One adult male on this medication reported experiencing spontaneous emissions frequently, especially following urination – as often as eight times in one day.
Treating ADHD can be challenging, but there are a number of medications which are approved for use. Such being the case, if a man with ADHD is prescribed a medication which seems to be a likely cause of spontaneous emissions, he should bring this to the attention of his doctor and investigate the possibility of utilizing an alternative medication to treat his ADHD. It should also be noted that sometimes spontaneous emissions may be a one-time only occurrence, in which case it may or may not be related to medication.
Spontaneous emissions is one of the more atypical male organ problems, most of which can impact male organ health. Regular use of a top drawer male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is always recommended to simply and easily help maintain appropriate male organ health. When dry manhood skin is an issue, a creme that contains a combination of a high-end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) can help creature a moisture seal to lock in moisture. The ideal creme will also include vitamin A, which has wonderful antibacterial properties which can help a man fight persistent male member odor issues which can be a huge turn-off to a potential partner.
By: John Dugan
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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