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Treatment of Masturbation Addiction
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I am suffering from sperm leakage during night, and self masturbation, it occurs daily night. Please help me to avoid this problem.
I have a problem in sex because am very much interesting with sex but I didn't get the chance and am never married also my thought I like only above aged girls my sex feel didn't control myself 24 hrs /day my mind only thinking about sex what I will do.
I'm 19. N my boyfriend is 21. We have sex 3-4 times in a year. We do use a condom bt for extra safety I take an emergency contraceptive pill as well. How safe is it to use that pill? and what are the other options available.
Pills, Creams, or Kegels - Which Is Best for Stopping Premature Ejaculation?
Stopping premature ejaculation can be tricky. You've probably come across many so called cures or solutions for dealing with this problem. Three very common solutions are pills, creams, and kegels.
Let's go through each of these so you won't waste time or money attempting a premature ejaculation solution which really isn't all that effective.
Pills. There are many "last longer" pills out there which usually consist of a combination of different herbs. They usually advertise that you can achieve a "harder and longer erection" and that this will have benefits towards being able to last long during sex. Here's the thing: some of these pills very well can deliver a harder erection. This erection can last for a while as well. But, the problem is stimulation. Even though you are harder, that doesn't mean you won't get stimulated and still remain hard. If you are prone to premature ejaculation problems, then you are still going to get excited too quickly. You may last a little longer because of the effects from the pills, but you will still experience quick ejaculation once you engage in sexual activity.
Creams. The idea behind lasting creams is that they desensitize the penis just enough so you won't get over excited and ejaculate too quickly. The thinking is that you won't feel enough stimulation to become over excited. Obviously this brings into question the first problem: do you really want to have sex and not enjoy it as much? You are essentially not feeling much sensation, and in extreme cases you won't be able to even ejaculate at all due to the numbing effect. But the main problem is that you do not want to have to rely on this type of method for lasting longer during sex. It lessens enjoyment and is more of a crutch than anything. Yes, lasting creams may be used effectively for a time or two when you are want to impress your partner more than anything else, but other than that they should be avoided as they will lesson the overall excitement and sensation of your sex life.
Kegels. These are exercises which men perform in order to strengthen the muscles responsible for controlling ejaculation. When you try to physically stop ejaculation from occurring, you will feel the muscles in play. You will likely also feel how difficult it is to control them. Many guys have pretty much no control over these muscles, and may think that it is impossible to achieve ejaculatory control by engaging these muscles. But it is defiinitely possible through doing kegel exercises. Once you feel where these muscles are, you can easily practice flexing them while simply sitting in a chair. Guys will do 10 reps for a number of sets, and then increase the rep count once they get stronger. There are many other strengthening routines involved with kegel training that can definitely lead you to having much stronger lasting ability during sex. These can work so well, that after several weeks of training you can eventually be able to flex and hold off ejaculation for as long as you want, meaning that you will have total control during sex, and not suffer from the embarrassing premature ejaculation problem ever again.
Hi. I need advice on my health. I feel low of energy all the time and it is affecting psychologically and physically both. It laziness/fatigue all the time. I believe due to this there are multiple associated issues such as sexual issues i.e. Erectile dysfunction, concentration issues during working hours, low appetite, depression. Could you please advice if I need to start taking some vitality capsules or similar. Thanks.
Whether intact or circumcised, penis pain can be an issue for all men and can come about from a variety of causes. However, paraphimosis is a penis pain-causing condition which is, by definition, limited only to men with foreskin. Knowing about paraphimosis and what to do if it occurs is an essential part of practical penis care for intact men.
What is paraphimosis?
Many intact men are familiar with the term phimosis, which refers to a situation in which the male has difficulty retracting the foreskin back from the glans. In phimosis, the foreskin is too tight (or the glans too swollen) to allow for the easy, comfortable sliding back and forth of the foreskin. This can cause considerable penis pain in a man.
In paraphimosis, the problem is not that the foreskin cannot retract; the problem is that it has retracted successfully but cannot return to covering the glans. The foreskin becomes "trapped" behind the glans, and in that position forms a tight "grip" near the base of the glans. The tightness causes penis pain; of even greater concern, however, is that this can caught off blood flow to the glans. If this situation continues for an extended period of time, it is possible for gangrene to occur, which in the worst case may require removal of a portion of the affected area.
What causes it?
Paraphimosis is fortunately rare, occurring in approximately 1% of males aged 16 and over. Although it can occur at any age, most incidences are reported in adolescents and in elderly men. The reason for its occurrence in these population is due to its causes.
There are generally two main causes of paraphimosis. In the first, it is due to the foreskin simply not being sufficiently loosened. During puberty and adolescence, as the penis grows and erections achieve adult status, it may take time for the foreskin to loosen sufficiently. Adolescent boys masturbating vigorously may unintentionally create a slight trauma that wedges the foreskin below the glans.
In elderly men, the cause of paraphimosis tends to be related to improper handling of the penis during catheterization of the penis.
Bacterial infection, trauma to the penis and inadequate hygiene are also factors in paraphimosis development.
As indicated penis pain usually accompanies a case of paraphimosis. There is also the visual clue of the foreskin being stuck behind the glans. Redness and tenderness of the penis are also common signs, as is difficulty in urinating. In extreme cases in which blood circulation has been impeded for too long, part of the glans may turn black.
If a man believes he may have paraphimosis, he needs to promptly contact a doctor. It is important that the condition is alleviated before gangrene has a chance to set in. AS a physical examination of the penis is required, this may result in a visit to an urgent care clinic or emergency room.
The first order of business in treating paraphimosis is usually to alleviate the penis pain, which can be considerable. Next it is necessary to try to manually replace the foreskin over the glans. Since the penis may have become swollen, this may require "icing" the penis to help the swelling go down and to enable the foreskin to move more freely into place. If this does not work, the doctor may need to puncture the swollen area so that fluid can be released and the swelling diminished. Sometimes the foreskin may require a small incision to help the swelling to subside. Antibiotics are usually prescribed after treatment.
If gangrene has occurred, the doctor may need to excise the damaged tissue.
The penis pain associated with paraphimosis may require extra care; daily use of a top notch penis health creme (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) can help with soreness. Look for quality moisturizing agents in the selected crème; she abutter and vitamin E are especially good for hydrating the skin and keeping it supple. In addition, vitamin B5 should be part of any good penis crème; this pantothenic acid aids penis cell metabolism and helps maintain healthy tissue, keeping the penis skin fit and in good order.