discharge of semen or prostatic fluid.help me.I am 22.suffring from depression.currently on two medicines acidphos d30 and indolum 6c.i am on acid phos from 5 months and on indolum from 1 month aprox.i quit masturbating a month ago.i felt that these medicines helped me to overcome depression but it did not improved my sexual health.
Few days after quiting masturbation I felt some times a coldness like a drop came on my leg.then I thought to conform it is it really a drop or what is it.when I felt cold I checked and pressed my penis a drop came on transparent colur like urine I touched to conform is it urine.it was sticking fluid not urine fluid that comes if you erect penis for 3 to 4 minutes but not masturbates and a drop comes of transparent colur it was the same.it happen almost 10 times a day.no sexual desire.incomplete erection.can not maintain erection.early ejaculation in one min or before.hanging lose testicles erects when taking bath with cold water.semen seems little pale when masturbates.but not sure it is pale or normal not so pale or not so white.
[message edited by nachiii on Mon, 01 Jul 2013 21:34:17 BST]
nachiii on 2013-07-01
♡ akshaymohl last decade
[message edited by harry490 on Sat, 06 Jul 2013 07:56:41 BST]
harry490 last decade
Harry, you cannot go get different prescriptions from
different people for different problems and then take
all these medicines. They will cancel each other out,
and they will cause harm.
Also when medicines start to work or cause aggravation you
stop them, and let them work otherwise you overdose
and cause aggravations.
If you really stopped everything on the posts with Tamhanker,
and want to take this ALONE- ok. But if you get more prescriptions for belly fat and other things, you have to
tell the prescriber what you are taking- so he can advise
on what is ok to take with each other.
All these things are connected and one person should
be watching over you.
♡ simone717 last decade
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