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Excessive masturbation, erectile dysfunction, lack of penis sensitivity during sex. Treatment?

Hi, Doctor the things alll this days i have been masterbathing but then yesterday i went have sex with a girl for the first time in my life bt when i saw the girl naked at that mommment my penis did not become hard i was bit drunk at that time. from that time onwards i dont much feel penis that much. i feel slightly. i thought this would become alright.its becoming more 13hrs bt still its the same. pls advise me doctor what should i do.
Asked On : Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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Hi Dear ,Relax, there is nothing wrong with you or your penis,and masturbation doesn't produce erectile dysfunction,one important factor you have not mentioned in your question is your age,if your young don't worry at all.Remember Alcohol in small amount increases the libido that is desire to have sex but it decreases the performance,actually you were under the influence of alcohol a lot,that is the reason you couldn't perform well and now you have developed anxiety that you cannot perform well ,so your not getting erection due to anxiety,come out of anxiety,and be confident that you can perform well,to begin with you can take help of a tablet of Viagra 2 hour before planned sex, you can also see some sex therapist or a psychiatric

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