Generally speaking, keeping a careful eye on one’s male organ health helps avoid many potential male organ problems. But sometimes male organ health issues pop up despite careful and close monitoring. One of the less common male organ problems a man may encounter is that of the spontaneous seed release.
A spontaneous seed release is exactly what it sounds like – a release of seed from the member without any “warning” and often without any corresponding pleasurable feeling (although this last may vary from man to man or from one spontaneous seed release to another). In many instances, the seed release occurs in the absence of a tumescence or any outward sign of excitement in the manhood at all.
Some men report that their very first seed release may be of the spontaneous variety, although there is some controversy about this. Often, a man means that his first seed release occurred without him physically stimulating himself or engaging in sensual contact with another person; however, very frequently the first seed release is accompanied by a very definite tumescence and fairly lengthy period of excitement and of sensual feeling, which differentiates it from what is meant by spontaneous seed release.
On a purely technical basis, sometimes nocturnal emissions – releasing seed in one’s sleep – may be considered forms of spontaneous seed release; however, doctors tend to treat them as distinct from spontaneous seed release.
As one can well imagine, a man who suffers from frequent spontaneous seed release (or even infrequent instances) might find it extremely embarrassing. This is the case whether a man experiences the problem in the presence of definite tumescences or excitement or in their absence.
One of the things that is frustrating about chronic spontaneous seed release is that it is usually difficult to predict. Perhaps it happens to one man 2 or 3 times a month, and is accompanied by a tumescence. This can make a man anxious when he gets a tumescence, as he is not sure whether it will result in an unexpected seed release or not. On the other hand, if he does not generally have “warning” in the form of excitement, he may find himself mid-conversation having to excuse himself.
Why does it happen?
Doctors do not really know exactly why spontaneous seed release occurs, especially chronically and in adult men. During adolescence, the raging hormones associated with that period may account for an occasional spontaneous seed release or two.
But what about during adulthood? One factor that is common with spontaneous seed release is stress. Some men who release seed spontaneously – whether it is one time only or fairly frequently – report experiencing keen stress in their lives (and especially in their work situation) and often find that the problem occurs when they are feeling especially stressed. It has been theorized by some that the spontaneous seed release is the body’s attempt to ease that stress, as typically it is accompanied by high levels of dopamine, the “feel good” hormone. However, studies have not been conducted to test this hypothesis.
In some cases, there may be a medical connection to spontaneous seed release. Some medications used to treat ADHD, depression, or psychosis may potentially be associated with this form of male organ problem.
When medication seems to be a trigger, trying another medication might be an option. If stress is the likely cause, lifestyle changes to minimize stress or to learn to deal with it better (such as meditation and yoga) might be tried.
Spontaneous seed release is one of the more embarrassing male organ problems, and so a man may want to pay attention to male organ health to minimize chance of another issue. Regular application of a first-rate male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help improve male organ health. The best oils will contain both a high-end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (like vitamin E) to help keep skin soft and well moisturized. The oil should also contain vitamin C, a key component of collagen, a tissue in the body that gives skin its tone and elasticity.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.