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I am 49 years old and have problem of early discharge and erection. What should I do?

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I am 49 years old and have problem of early discharge and...
There could be many factors that lead to premature ejaculation in men; studies indicate that in most cases, it is emotional factors that lead to this problem; however, at times, premature ejaculation and low sexual stamina could occur due to physical factors too. Some of the most common factors that lead to premature ejaculation in men include? excessive stress? leading a hectic lifestyle, which causes fatigue and tiredness? nervousness or anxiety about something? lack of self confidence? following an unhealthy diet? sedentary lifestyle or lack of adequate physical activity during the day? aging? obesity or a high body mass index (bmi) in some cases, it is possible that premature ejaculation and a low sexual drive could be an indication of a deeper underlying condition. Hence, it is important to consult a doctor to identify what the premature ejaculation causes are and the treatment that should be adopted. Medicenes like increwses sexual power cap-rejospermin and tab-rejovate these are herbal pills these heplfull to cures early ejaculation and increase sexual time also sexual stamina foods and drinks there are certain foods and beverages that work as an aphrodisiac and therefore increase the sexual drive for men. Some of the most commonly recommended food items for increasing sexual stamina include garlic (capsules or fresh), celery, raw oysters, almonds, liver, mangoes, strawberries, peaches, avocado, bananas and eggs. It is a well-known fact that chocolate is an excellent ingredient for increasing sexual drive and performance and this could also include hot chocolate. Alcohol should be strictly avoided as it could have the opposite effect.
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