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Erectile dysfunction, faster erection, loses hardness rapidly. Remedy?

Hi, I wanted to get some information on this, although I am not comfortable talking about it, but here goes. My problem is erectile disfunction, basically i have seen if I have an intercourse, i would erect in lest than 5 seconds and then later it would not stay strong. and would not be able to have another intercourse session. a) erection faster b) Erectile disfunction, as after first course it would not stay stronger for second.
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
For this you have to understand man's sexual pattern.
For men thinking process of sex causes first arousal then there is erection followed by ejeculation & a lag period.
The time between arousal & Erection can not be our control but we can prolong the time of ejeculation by start stop start technique.
But you cannot get arousal or erection in lag may be 2-6 hours in young individual to 1 day in older.
Answered: Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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