The term given to involuntary discharge of a large amount of semen when you are awake is spermatorrhoea. It happens without any sexual stimulation. During urination or passing stool or at other times, it happens. There is often irritability and debility of the genital organs after this. It is a disorder known from ancient times. As it normally happens to young boys at puberty, it becomes very bothersome and embarrassing for them. They even have no idea about where to go for help. It will be beneficial if one goes to an Ayurvedic clinic for treatment.
Based on the general condition, disposition and age of the patient, there are variations in the symptoms of spermatorrhoea. The early symptoms are a pain in the head, pain in the back, inability for the exertion and a sense of fatigue. There are more symptoms including dizziness, weakness in the sight, trembling limbs, palpitation of the heart, a pressure in the chest and signs of dyspepsia, as the emissions increase in frequency.
There are different causes of spermatorrhoea. It may be a result of indulging in sexual fantasies. When there is a combination of this with unsatisfied sexual excitement, it creates irritability of the organs. As a result of this, there is an ejaculation of semen even on the slightest provocation. There are also other causes of spermatorrhoea. Excessive intercourse or sexual desire, low water intake and consuming unhygienic foods are some of these causes.
Our sexologist doctors ask various questions to a female patient to know the symptoms and also carry out a physical exam. They try to understand the underlying cause of the problem in each case and accordingly decide the treatment method. The treatment options include providing education and distraction techniques, enhancing stimulation, encouraging non-coital behaviours and minimizing pain.