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20 April, 2023
Everything You Need to Know About Anejaculation Diagnosis
Anejaculation Diagnosis

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In this next lesson of the handbook on anejaculation, we will be discussing how anejaculation is diagnosed. Anejaculation is a condition where a man is unable to ejaculate semen during sexual activity or masturbation.


We will explore the different methods and tools that healthcare professionals use to diagnose anejaculation, as well as the importance of discussing any related medical conditions and medications with your healthcare provider. By understanding the diagnostic process, individuals with anejaculation can take an active role in their own health and work with their healthcare team to develop an effective treatment plan.

How Is Anejaculation Diagnosed?

Anejaculation is diagnosed through a combination of medical history, physical examination, and diagnostic tests. A healthcare professional, such as a urologist or a sex therapist, can perform a comprehensive evaluation to determine the underlying cause of anejaculation.


They would most likely ask questions about the patient’s sexual history, including the frequency of sexual activity, any difficulties with sexual function, and any medications that the patient is taking. They may also ask about the patient’s medical history, including any conditions or surgeries that may be contributing to anejaculation. A physical examination may also be performed to assess the patient’s genital and pelvic area to check for any abnormalities in the testicles or prostate gland, and may also evaluate the patient’s reflexes and nerve function.


In some cases, laboratory tests may be ordered to help diagnose anejaculation. These tests may include a semen analysis, which can help determine if there is a problem with sperm production or transport. Blood tests may also be ordered to evaluate hormone levels or to check for any underlying medical conditions.

What Are The Different Methods And Tools Used In Diagnosis?

doctor explaining to couple about the Different Methods And Tools Used In Diagnosis

To diagnose anejaculation, a healthcare provider may use several methods and tools.

Medical history and physical examination

The healthcare provider will review the patient’s medical history and conduct a physical examination to identify any underlying conditions or anatomical abnormalities that may be causing anejaculation.

Blood Tests

Blood tests may be performed to check hormone levels, such as testosterone, to determine if there is an underlying hormonal imbalance that may be contributing to anejaculation.


Urinalysis may be performed to identify any abnormalities or infections that may be contributing to anejaculation.

Semen Analysis

Semen analysis can be used to evaluate the quantity and quality of semen produced by the patient, which can help identify any underlying issues related to sperm production or transport.


This method involves the use of a specialized medical device that uses electrical stimulation to induce ejaculation. It is typically reserved for patients with spinal cord injuries or other conditions that make it difficult to achieve ejaculation through other methods.

Penile vibratory stimulation

This method involves using a device that applies vibration to the penis to induce ejaculation. It is often used as a first-line treatment for patients with anejaculation.

Psychological evaluation

In some cases, anejaculation may be caused by psychological factors such as anxiety or stress. A psychological evaluation can help identify any underlying mental health conditions that may be contributing to the patient’s anejaculation.

In summary, the diagnosis of anejaculation typically involves a combination of medical history, physical examination, blood tests, urinalysis, semen analysis, and specialized medical devices. The specific tools and methods used may vary depending on the underlying cause of the patient’s anejaculation and the healthcare provider’s preference.

Why Is It Necessary To Get Diagnosed Early?

Early diagnosis of anejaculation is essential because it can help identify the underlying cause of the condition and allow for prompt treatment. Anejaculation can be caused by a variety of factors, including nerve damage, medication side effects, and prostate surgery, and the specific cause can influence the choice of treatment.


In some cases, anejaculation can be a symptom of a more serious underlying medical condition, such as diabetes or multiple sclerosis. Early diagnosis can help identify these conditions, allowing for early treatment and improved overall health outcomes.


Moreover, anejaculation can have a significant impact on sexual function and fertility. If left untreated, anejaculation can lead to infertility, erectile dysfunction, and decreased sexual satisfaction. Early diagnosis can help prevent these complications by allowing for prompt treatment.

Early diagnosis and appropriate treatment can often lead to successful outcomes, and there are various treatment options available depending on the underlying cause of anejaculation. Remember, seeking help is the first step towards addressing anejaculation and regaining control over your sexual health. You can also book a call with our sexual health experts at Allo Health to guide you through your queries and treatment.

Sexual health is as important as physical and mental health. In most cases, one consultation can go a long way. Personalised, discreet, and judgement-free treatment at your fingertips – book an online consultation with one of Allo’s leading experts.