Premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction1.age -32 sex - male
2. Smoking history of 10 years.
3. Get cold very fast.
4. Never have been able to penetrate as i ejaculate early even after trying multiple times.
5. Some times i ejaculate without erection , that is during foreplay.
6. In crowded transport systems i try to avoid females as much as possible because mere touch for 4-5 minutes results into ejaculation without erection.
7. Got lipoma also.
8. Have issue of low BP and anxiety from last 4-5 years.
9 . have medical history of jaundice twice.
sureshpappu on 2012-11-15
♡ Mahfoozurrehman last decade
1 there is point when u feel ur going to ejaculate at that point u must squeeze the lower part of the penis imagine penis like a pipe u find the deep lower part of the pipe fingers wrap around the pipe squeeze hard . u must do this just before ejaculation happen
2 at the same time ur other hand fingers squeezing the top part of the penis
3 u must continue breath in and breath out
4 u have to apply this technique very quickly just before ejaculation happen
when u do this the sperm can not come out when sperm dont come out for 3 months u will start to recover
5 u have to practice many time to get this technique right
When ur about ejaculate testicals will come very near to the lower part of the penis u must gently push them down with one of ur finger while squeezing
Cut ur fingers nails so they wont cut ur skin while squeezing
u can also practice this technique when ur not having erection imagine penis is like a pipe try find the very lower part of the pipe squeeze fingers around the lower part of the penis then squeeze the top of the penis with other hand fingers around top part of the penis breath in and out continually
u will recover but it can take some time be patient
when u start to recover plz let me know thanks
vishnu5 last decade
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