Typically, when a man hears about a problem with male organ function, he associates it with a tumescence issue or early on seed release. However, for some men a male organ function issue may be in another area, such as delayed seed release. Comprehensive member care involves treating any issue which may arise, so when delayed seed release is a concern, it’s important to know the possible causes. One of these is a relatively rare condition which doctors term hyperprolactinemia.
What is hyperprolactinemia?
Hyperprolactinemia refers to a situation in which a person has too much of a particular hormone, called prolactin. Also known as luteotropic hormone or luteotropin, prolactin is more commonly associated with women than men, although it is present in both genders. It is most noted for the role it plays in milk production (hence the more common association with women). It can also serve to reduce the production of female hormone and male hormone if levels are out of balance.
Interestingly, hyperprolactinemia can have two seemingly contradictory effects in men. Because it can depress production of male hormone, this can lead to a lessening (though not necessarily a loss) of sensual drive, and in some instances, a decrease in tumescence function. However, some doctors believe this does not have the effect of making men uninterested in sensual activity. Instead, the dampening in these areas means a man desires sensual activity, initiates and engages in the activity, but the dampening makes it difficult to achieve seed release. In some cases, it means a man experiences a small softening of the member during sensual activity � not enough to end the action, but enough to demand increased stimulation to reach seed release. In these cases, if the increased stimulation cannot be reached, then the tumescence will fade before seed release can be achieved.
What brings about these increased prolactin levels that signal hyperprolactinemia? There can be several causes, including:
�Pituitary gland issues, because the pituitary is where prolactin is produced. So if there is trouble there, it may spur increased production of the hormone.
�Hypothyroidism, a situation in which the thyroid gland is acting below the necessary level. This may be due to low iodine levels, an autoimmune disorder, certain medications or other reasons.
�Epileptic seizures, which may cause the pituitary to overproduce prolactin.
�Head trauma, especially if it results in changes in signaling to the pituitary or thyroid.
Treatment generally involves finding the cause and treating that. For example, if a tumor is present on the pituitary gland, the tumor may be treated or removed. If a medication is found to be the culprit, it may be discontinued and a different medical treatment may be tried.
If delayed seed release or other male organ function issues continue to be a problem after treatment, it may be an indication that there is another underlying cause for these issues. But for most men, the elimination of the elevated prolactin should eventually result in a restoration of normal coupling experiences.
Male organ function issues, whether from hyperprolactinemia or other causes, can be distressing. So can any issues which affect his member health, so the wise man regularly makes a practice of applying a top notch manhood health crme (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Taking the time to locate a crme with both L-arginine and L carnitine is well worth the effort. L-arginine is an amino acid involved in the production of nitric oxide. Nitric oxide, in turn, helps keep member blood vessels open so increased blood flow can be easily accommodated. L carnitine is an important neuroprotective ingredient which can help restore loss of sensitivity due to rough handling of the manhood.