But recently, the 'sexual' feeling of orgasm has gone. I eat quite healthily, gave up smoking two years ago, and I am in general good health. Ironically, six months ago I started eating much more healthily! To be quite honest, I'm not sure what you mean by 'that nice burning feeling' at the end of your penis. Most men do not report any such sensation at the point of orgasm.
Delayed or absent orgasms and ejaculation
I've lost feeling when I climax | Life and style | The Guardian
When men think about sexual woes, they usually put erectile dysfunction at the top of the list. That's understandable, since an estimated 30 million American men suffer from the inability to attain and maintain erections that are rigid enough for intercourse. Women, too, focus on their partner's erection as the key to sexual satisfaction. But there is more to a good sex life than an erection. In fact, success begins with sexual desire or libido and ends with ejaculation and orgasm.
I've lost feeling when I climax
I'm a man in my 20s and have been with my partner for nine months. It is very frustrating. I've tried to find information on this, but feel as if I am the only person with this problem. You are far from the only one with this problem. Many factors — psychological, social, relational, anatomical, hormonal and more — influence sexual function, but when there is a sudden change in it, it is important to investigate possible causes.
People with orgasmic anhedonia also called pleasure dissociative orgasmic dysfunction or PDOD are unable to feel pleasure when they climax. People with this rare condition still feel driven to have sex. Men still ejaculate. The difference is that the pleasure is missing.