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Is PE not a disease?

I went to see a homeopathy doctor today. He told PE is not a disease and refused to give me any medicine.

However he gave me STUNNUM 30 for one month for my allergy problem.

I feel i need medicine for PE. Is there any medicine i can safely add to with STANNUM for PE?

  agriz on 2015-01-09
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
PE can happen bc a person is
nervous, or over-stimulated.

Google- the start and stop technique to help you with this
simone717 5 years ago
Start and Stop is not working for me
agriz 5 years ago
Hi- it seems that your homeopath prescribed on
your overall state, which is the correct way to
do this.

If you look up Stannum in the materia medica it
has indications for erections and impotency.

I suggest that you follow your prescribed course
and see what the results are overall after a month.
simone717 5 years ago

thanks for the advice..

Is PE similar to erections and impotency?
agriz 5 years ago

Not exactly, but those things can cause PE-
try to relax and see what the remedy does
for you.
simone717 5 years ago

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