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No errection during sex - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Erectile Dysfunction
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Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 40 Questions

User :   hi
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   i have problem
User :   in sex
User :   no errection
Doctor :   Ok

Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Please provide these details -Age: Gender: Occupation: Location: Marital Status: Weight and Height.
User :   age-22
User :   male- student-india
User :   single
Doctor :   Ok
User :   183 cms height
User :   im afraid...but... can u help me?

Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Since when are you having this problem?
User :   since 4 months
User :   im having sex since 4 years
Doctor :   Ok
User :   but not regularly
Doctor :   There is nothing to worry. The most common reason is stress.
User :   ok
Doctor :   Many individuals go through this phase.
User :   ok
User :   what do i do ... to get errection
User :   ?
Doctor :   You need to get rid of any stress that might be bothering you.
User :   no stress
Doctor :   Try to exercise regularly, practice yoga, meditation,

Doctor :   and avoid alcohol and smoking.
Doctor :   Also, try to have sex with a partner with whom
Doctor :   you feel maximum comfortable
Doctor :   Avoid professional women.
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