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Having premature ejaculation

hi my penis have a problem since last 1year . when i see the adult seen and when i having sex my penis leaking before the discharge .plz give me a solutions
Asked On : Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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A small leak when you get sexually excited is normal and is called pre cum. If there is full ejaculation then it is called premature ejaculation and is caused by excessive stimulation. In such cases try to divert your attention from sex at the peak of stimulation and when that sense of about to ejaculate has subsided, start concentrating on sex again. By repeating this process you will be able to sustain your erection and prevent ejaculation until you are ready to discharge.
Answered: Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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Sexual weakness is a broad term encompassing all forms of weaknesses from premature ejaculation, undeveloped orgasm, lack of libido, lack of interest, erection failure to impotence.
There are very many causes of sexual weaknesses; some are illnesses emanating from the local scene while others may be inherited. Diabetes mellitus is a chronic ailment with long term repercussions; it is a degenerative disease often activating other malfunctions in the many organs. On its owns it disables the sexual urge and destroys it completely. It is the main cause of many sexual weaknesses in men including erectile dysfunction. Hypertension violates all aspects of love making creating fear and anxiety. It damages blood veins and heart muscle. In many instances erection is not possible at all when one has hypertension.

Sexual weakness is a state of mind and in many instances it is propagated by the surrounding environment; the work place stress, family and created habits within. Stress builds tension and heightens thoughts creating space for depression. This alone promotes erectile dysfunction, destroys self esteem and raises the fear of sexual non performance. This leads to many physical complications that may warrant medical attention. The chain laid out moves from one step to more chronic phase. Sexual abilities are not left out and at every step it gets distorted, hormonal balance is tilted off it s track, excitations diminishes and other disorders crop up.

Smoking and poor alcohol routines are common with many men. This leads to addiction and irritability often causing liver sclerosis, cardiovascular diseases and fatigue. Sexual pleasure cannot grow under such circumstances and prolonged medication either will not bring immediate therapy. A breakdown of the nervous system, injures the nerves among theses is the parasympathetic nerve which stimulates the erection process during love play.

Poor eating habits leads to poor nutrition and when malnutrition sets in no hormone of good quality will be produced. Equally to the sperm; their motility and survival is crucial for good reproduction. Medications are wide and varied and most have long lasting side effects; others are naturally harmful and will extent their poison to the sexual organs. These are antihistamines, antidepressants, suppressers etc. All leave a mark by damaging erection thus making love playing impossible.

Sexual weakness as a matter of principle is far and wide, in hard situations, it may spill over to touch the society especially when numbers are high. Remedies are many and are mainly herbal, they are supplied to restore hope and give life to the many disturbed men.

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Answered: Wed, 15 Jun 2011
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