Member Problems 101: Explaining Anhedonic Seed Release
Member Problems 101: Explaining Anhedonic
Most men go through life without any surprise member problems that they
simply can’t explain. After all, most member problems stem from irritation,
soreness and the like. Some men might even deal with medical conditions or
prostate problems that bring their member problems to the fore. But
sometimes, a man can seem perfectly fine and engage in excellent manhood
care only to discover a very strange problem that makes him wonder if
everything is okay. Anhedonic seed release is one of those situations that can
make a man feel entirely confused about his male organ health.
What is anhedonic seed release?
For most men, the feeling of pleasure release accompanies seed release. In
fact, they happen so close together that a man might think they are one and
the same – but they are not. The sensation of pleasure release and the act of
seed release are two different processes. Some men might notice that
occasionally they have the feeling of pleasure release but nothing comes out.
This is actually a rather normal thing that might happen from time to time.
Anhedonic seed release, on the other hand, is the opposite – it’s the act of
seed release but without the underlying thrill that comes from pleasure
release. A man might notice that his body does what he expects, but he feels
rather removed from the experience. Anhedonic seed release can feel very
clinical, because that’s exactly what it is! Without the feeling of pleasure to
accompany it, it’s simply a bodily function, much like urination might feel.
What causes these member problems?
Anhedonic seed release isn’t fully understood, but scientists have some leads
as to what causes the problem. Many men who suffer from this condition are
found to be on antidepressant medications, or have a long history of
depression, even if they are not on medications for it. Other causes might
include very low levels of male hormone, a spinal cord injury or some
sensual dysfunction conditions, such as hypoactive sensual desire disorder
(though this last cause is rather rare for men).
What can a man do about it?
It is very important to remember that if this happens only occasionally, it’s
nothing to worry about. Every man’s body is different, and sometimes will
go through phases and changes that can lead to temporary member problems
like anhedonic seed release.
However, if the problem seems to be very consistent, that’s a red flag that
needs to be called to the attention of a doctor. In a man is on medications,
changing those to something else might do the trick. If he’s dealing with
depression, sometimes psychotherapy can help him overcome whatever
might be holding back the sensation he craves. Other issues can be solved by
looking at the underlying problem; for instance, someone with very low
male hormone levels could benefit from hormone replacement therapy, and
someone with a spinal cord injury might benefit from working with a
Remember, if a guy is on medication, he should continue taking it until
making a visit to the doctor. Some antidepressants (assuming that’s the
culprit) should be changed very gradually, on a tapered schedule, to avoid
nasty side effects.
Finally, a guy can remove any question of his manhood skin health by using
a top-notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend
Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Look
for a crème that is kind to the skin with plenty of Shea butter and vitamin E,
as well as vitamins D and C for better tissue health. A crème containing Lcarnitine is great as well; this amino acid is proven to help protect against
peripheral nerve damage, which could be part of the reason for adhedonic