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What to take to diagnose premature ejaculation ?

sir.i am surfing from premature ejaculation in my sexual life my age is 45 yrs i want to use some medicine ple suggest about which medicine is better for my sexual intercourse to satisfies my wife .my eamil is
Asked On : Sat, 23 Apr 2011
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For better sexual life and to avoid premature ejaculation,you can have tablet EDEGRA 25 mg half an hour before indulging in any such activity. This will cause better erection and late discharge Just make it sure that you do not suffer from any kind of heart disease before taking this tablet.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal

Answered: Sat, 23 Apr 2011
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Dear Mr. Narender, Welcome to Healthcaremagic!

Premature ejaculation & erectile dysfunction are very common, but easily treatable condition, provided you consult appropriate specialists. There are a number of causes like diabetic (autonomic) neuropathy, poor blood flow due to end-arterial disease, psychologic causes, etc. You may please consult a psychiatrist for psychotherapy & learning to control ejaculation by many methods (most effective is usually Master & Johnsons' method). As far as medicines are concerned, you may take Sildenafil citrate-- its a prescription medicine & a thorough check up is needed preferably by a general physician. So please consult a medicine specialist also. Good luck & Best of health.
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