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When I'm doing sex my sperm out with in one minute. What was the treatment for long sex sperm out?

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When I'm doing sex my sperm out with in one minute. What ...
councelling to learn techniques and find out defficiencies and rectifying it.
When I'm doing sex my sperm out with in one minute. What ...
It is called pre mature ejaculations Some sexual techniques with medicines like low dose ssri or tca will help much better
When I'm doing sex my sperm out with in one minute. What ...
Premature ejection is often due to physical changes occuring in the body due to aging. Men over age 30 may begin to have problems even though their sex lives were fine when they were younger. The problem is often an inadequate blood supply in the penis. When the arteries in the penis become partially clogged with fat and cholesterol, maintaining an erection becomes more difficult. When this occurs, your brain tells your body that you'd better ejaculate before you lose your erection, and a pattern for premature ejection is developed. Tips to deal with this situation. Live a healthy lifestyle in order to maintain good arterial health. Eat two or three cloves everyday to get long lasting erections. Take finely chopped carrots and add one table of honey and half boiled egg. Take this mixture regularly to get effective results.  Your potency will be prolonged if you eat a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet, exercise regularly, don't smoke or drink and keep your stress managed along with proper homoepathic treatment. You can buy package of premature ejaculation offered by me which includes medicine and consultation. You can consult me by clicking on consult option for crucial tricks and homoepathic treatment for permanent cure.
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