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Premature ejaculation, want to use medicine from Roy medical hall. Efficacy?

Hi I have premature Ejaculation since long time i am married my age 25 wight 61 hight 1.7m my location is Afghanistan now i want to cure my self by Roy Medical Hall in India i have contact them they ask me question after they request me to use the medicine that will send by them my question is this possible to cure the premature ejaculation by medicine without any checking .
Asked On : Sun, 10 Jun 2012
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Hai, Really do you have premature ejaculation? That is, you are ejaculating before insertion? If it is no, then PME is a relative term. Most often 80% are ejaculating within 2-3 minutes after insertion. This is if they are having regular sex contacts at reasonable gaps according to their age and also according to their sexual activity age. If the gap is unusually long due to various reasons, ejaculation time is still shorter, within seconds. That is because the desire and anxiety that mounts together not able to withhold ejaculation for long enough. The desire for sex and sexual emotions are not a thing to be worried , rather it is a good sign of your virility. When your sexual urge comes down the ejaculation time will be better. Practice Kegel exercise regularly for three months, without any medicine you can increase your ejaculation time. You can learn Kegel from internet.
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