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How can I treat premature ejaculation though getting sufficient erection and the size of my penis has got small after taking treatment ?

i am unmarried person. now a days my penis size become small. though i am having sufficient errection it can not longer for more time and it is prematurely ejaculating...... my penis size has becomes small after taking treatment of one sexual clinic and i am having fear in my mind that whether i can be able to my wife or not... please help me by suggesting some solution over it...............
Asked On : Sun, 12 Feb 2012
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hi, female sexual passage (vagina) is sensitive for only two inches, so any length of penis more than two inches is sufficient for partner satisfaction. duration of erection and intercourse is often subjective and also depends on frequency of intercourse/masturbation, male excitability and anxiety. if you are bothered by premature ejaculation, you can consult a urologist or andrologist (urologist specialising in male sexual disorders) for the same.
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