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Hi I am a 33 year old unmarried man nd will be getting married soon. I did not hd sex fr long time nd faces lot of pre ejaculation fluid when excited. Just wanted to know few medicines tht can help me to last long in bed without any side effects on my health. Kindly please do reply wit the name of the medicines so as to satisfy my wife as well. Regards Vasem Ibrrahhim.

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Hi I am a 33 year old unmarried man nd will be getting ma...
Your problem of early discharge is known as premature ejaculation. Premature ejaculation is the most common sexual problem experienced by man. There are certain techniques, which can help you to stay longer. Kegel exercise is one of the very popular and effective techniques to control premature ejaculation. These are the exercises of pubococcygeus muscles (pc) muscles. A man can do these exercises anytime and anywhere and no one will even know about it. To identify the muscles of your pelvic floor stop your flow of urine next time you go to urinal. Contract the muscles tightly holding for 10 seconds i. E. Stop urinating in between. Do this thrice a day repeating 10 times. The pc muscles control the urine and semen and firmness of your organ during erection, so keeping them strong will increase ejaculatory control. Even while masturbating or doing intercourse you can practice stop and start i. E. Rub for few thrust then stop for a minute and start rubbing again. Just relax on this; it should go away with some time. Homeopathy offers many options for this problem. Not just providing immediate relief, homeopathy as in all cases, tries to address the root cause and treat the individual holistically. There are many formulations that use the below mentioned ingredients. All of these are herbs and aphrodisiacs that have been used from ancient times across continents. They have been proven to have good results and improved sexual satisfaction. Epimedium - also known locally as the'horny goat weed' this is believed to improve circulation to the penis, thereby enhancing erection and sexual sensation. It also affects the release of testosterone which is required for improved sexual urge and vigor. Saw palmetto - this improves blood flow and promotes hormonal balance in addition to treating urinary infections. The end result is improved sexual performance. Ginkgo biloba - this also is believed to improve blood circulation and oxygenation, leading to long-lasting erection. Cuscuta seed and bark extract - the seed of cuscuta is believed to delay premature death of sperm and prevent premature ejaculation. The bark, on the other hand, is believed to relieve stress and improve the functioning of the nervous system. These two are used in combination in medicines to enlarge penis and help better performance. Hawthorn berry - in some formulations, the hawthorn berry is also added which is believed to improve the blood flow to the heart and brain. Improved circulation to these vital organs help improve sexual performance. Damiana or turnera diffusa: popular in the mexican and latin american regions, there could be anxiety/depression, libido loss, and sexual insufficiency where damiana can be of great help. Aswagandha - also known as poison gooseberry or indian ginseng, this can be used in cases where the sperm density is low, or there is problem of reduced thinking ability, premature ejaculation, and weak penis. All said and done, one suggestion: though this is a very sensitive issue, please have a thorough discussion before starting off on some medication on your own. Each body is unique and will respond differently to different formulations. With homeopathy, the aim is to treat the individual holistically instead of just removing the symptoms.
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