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DHAT syndrome. Premature ejaculation. Cannot masturbate properly. How to recover?

Hi...previously I have posted one question in your forum and got quick reply...thanks a lot for that. But still I am facing the same problems. for the last 3-4 months I am suffering with dhat syndrome .at the time of masturbation it is not feel good experience to me. it is premature ejaculation and semen comes out with in very short time. I am helpless. please provide me the proper diagnosis so that I will recover myself from this disease.
Asked On : Tue, 13 Nov 2012
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Jul 2016
Hello
Thanks for your query.You think of suffering from premature ejaculation.First of all premature ejaculation is defined as ejaculation if one ejaculates within 1 minute of penetration in to vagina so this can not be applied in your case as you are masturbating and not having a sex with girl.So do not misinterpret the same as premature ejaculation.You may be masturbating very frequently and that may be the reason for you not enjoying the same.You have to restrict the masturbation and the things will settle of its own.
Answered: Fri, 16 Nov 2012
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