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Masturbation addiction, semen leakage, premature ejaculation, hair loss. Treatment options?

Hi, I am 25 unmarried male started masturbating at the age of 15 now suffering from semen leakage, early ejaculation , pre-mature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction , hair loss , weak eye sight. Could you Please suggest me the home remedies/ treatment to overcome this problem caused due to over masturbation . Plz guide me as it is urgent. I am very nervous and depressed
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Jun 2015
Hello Vinay,
First of all remove all myths & misconceptions from your mind about masturbation.
In fact, Masturbation is completely normal & doesn't have any bad effect to the body and mind.

Regarding the problem of Erectile dysfunction, it is due to decreased blood supply to the penis.
It can be improved by having a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, fish, nuts & honey.

Regarding the problem of premature ejaculation, it's mostly related to anxiety.
So...don't worry about all this & stay relaxed
Avoid stress...practice meditation..this helps in improving concentration & builds up the confidence level.
Avoid smoking & alcohol.
You can also do oil massage of the penis...it increases blood flow & maintains the erection.

Despite these measures, if you experience difficulty, it will be better to rule out other causes like high blood pressure, blood sugar and other local causes that impair blood flow to your genital organ.
One more thing...avoid consuming any over the counter medication which claim to increase the size of penis or improve performance...it may be harmful.

Wishing you a Healthy Life.
Take care.
Answered: Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Psychiatrist Dr. Seikhoo Bishnoi's  Response
Dec 2014
Hello vinay170788
Welcome to HCM

First of all to psycho educate you I would like to tell you that masturbation is a normal phenomenon. There is no harm in masturbation. Its a normal thing that happens in every individual once he achieves puberty. So its a normal thing. The semen leakage which is basically the lubricating fluid that comes while urination, also called in India as Dhat Syndrome. It is due to abnormal and wrong beliefs that are acquire due to lack of proper sex education. In most of cases of Dhat Syndrome every investigation comes normal. Individual becomes obsessed and due to these thoughts he checks his urine again and again and this result in change in thinking pattern that urine is mixed with semen. Regarding erectile dysfunction, if you are getting spontaneous early morning erection then most probably its normal, still if you are thinking that there is something abnormal then go for investigations like Testosterone level.
For hair loss you can apply Minoxidyl locally but visit a dermatologist for proper treatment. Don't take Finasteride for treatment as it worsens erectile dysfunction.
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