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Hi I am a guy in my 20s and despite having had sex a number of times, I have never masturbated, to be honest I have never had the urge to. I have tried a few times but nothing happens. I have no problem getting and sustaining an erection, but neither sex nor my attempts at masturbation cause me to cum. The only times I do cum is in my sleep and at my age it is embarressing having wet dreams still.

What is wrong with me and what should I do?
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replied March 6th, 2010
Hi there, thank you for posting your interesting question on Ehealthforum. I hope that I can give you a few pointers but please remember that this is not intended as a substitute to visiting your own doctor. If you are worried about your health, please talk to your doctor.

You may have a condition called ejaculatory incompetence, a situation where a man can not ejaculate in the company or others but has no difficulty when masturbating.

But then you say you don't masturbate! Or if you do you never climax.I don't know. Are you on any medications? Post again if you like only this time use our Ask a Doctor format.

Dr Andrew Rynne.

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