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Loss of erection during rapid heart beats, get early ejaculation. Help?

i lose my erection when my ehart starst to beat hard. I have been seeingthis wonderful woan now for about 4 months. She married but her other half has been home on leave for weeks now.. I was haivng the opposote problem of not being able to orgams prior to the [ast 2 weeks. now when we try to have sex or i masterbate, either i cannot get an erection or it hets erect then orgamsm immediately.. whats wrong with me now all of a sudden
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on fact that you have stated it appears that you have problem in getting hard erection and premature ejaculation since 2 weeks .Since you were getting normal hard erection previously your present problem is due to anxiety and could be overcome by allaying the anxiety.You may take combination of Phospodiesterase and Dapoxetine 1 hour before sex .Consult your family Dr for getting prescription of these drugs ,This will help you to solve the issue.Thanks.
Answered: Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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