PE remedy complicationI am a healthy 33 male.
I have been going to a local homeopath for about 5 months now for premature ejaculation.
The problem is that the problem is about the same as before but lately I've been having pretty weak erections.
I have been taking following remedies in roughly the following strength/schedule (The doctor would tweak it every month or two ).
1. Lycopodium Clav - 6c - once a day, 6 days a week
2. Cal Carb - 6cc - 6 days a week
All the following were 6c - once a day - 3 days a week
3. Argentum Nitr
4. Gelsemium Semp
5. Aconitum Nap
6. Mercurius Viv
7. Tuerculinum 8x
8. Helleborus Nig
I am not getting enough sleep lately (7 hours on average instead of 8.5), could that be the reason? I feel fine in every other way (lift the same weights as before).
I also take a multi-vitamin, Flaxseed oil and fish oil every day. Is this a problem?
I am talking to my Homeopath but would like to get your opinion.
jaggu on 2005-09-02
I have recommended Arnica 6c for ED but I do not know if it can help you.
I note however that you feel that you are not getting sufficient sleep which you would prefer to be 8.5 hours which I believe is not quite required at your age. Arnica will promote sleep and if you decide to use it I would suggest that you do so in the wet dose as follows:
Get a 500ml bottle of Spring Water from your nearest supermarket.
Pour out 100ml
Drop in 3 pellets or 1 drop of liquid Arnica 6c into the 400ml water
Cap the bottle tightly and succuss it 4-6 times by banging on your palm and look out for the air bubbles to fizzle up from the bottom.
Pour out 1 teaspoonful of the potentized remedy and sip it just before sleep. You will observe that you sleep very deeply after the Arnica.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
sajjadakram635 last decade
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