If there are satisfying orgasms without ejaculation, however, there could be a deeper physiological biological cause. It happens when semen travels backwards into the bladder instead of through the urethra the tube that urine passes through. Availability can vary widely depending on where you live. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors SSRIs are designed to treat depression, but they also delay ejaculation. Retrograde ejaculation is a rarer type of ejaculation problem.
Retrograde ejaculation doesn't affect your ability to get an erection or have an orgasm — but when you climax, semen goes into your bladder instead of coming out of your penis. Mayo Clinic does not endorse companies or products. If this is occurring, urine may appear cloudy after sexual climax. This is the same muscle that holds urine in your bladder until you urinate.
These help block some of the chemical effects of SSRIs that may contribute towards delayed ejaculation. The most likely cause is infection of your urethra urethritis or prostate prostatitis. In the squeeze technique, your partner masturbates you, but stops before the point of ejaculation and squeezes the head of your penis for between 10 to 20 seconds. Retrograde ejaculation might be the cause of your problem if ejaculation and no sperm ejaculate very little or no semen.