Premature EjaculationHi Doctors here,
I'm a man of 47. Married for 20 years. Suffering from Premature ejaculation from my puberty. Had acupuncture in 1996 deteriorating my condition.
Taken homeopath, ayurveda. No results. Low sperm count. Low libido. Urge for masterbation and addiction to porn. Back pain. Frequent urge of urination at night. Fatty liver. IBS. Sinusitis. Bad breath. Hair fall. Erection not hard enough. Lasts few seconds on bed. Ejaculation soon after penetration. Chronic insomnia for last 25 years.
rahul34 on 2019-11-24
after that, take Calcarea carb 30c three times a day for 3 days.
then Medorrhinum 200c, 1 dose a week for a few weeks.
You may need to repeat or change the remedies so report after each remedy.
1 dose is 2 pills or 2 drops.
♥ Tui 4 months ago
Thank you for your kind response.
I'd appreciate if you please tell me what the remedies are for. For my PE, or for fatty liver or for my overall health issues.
Also please let me know what particularly I need to report after having taken each remedy.
rahul34 4 months ago
Medorrhinum for sexual issues in general.
I'm suggesting you 3 remedies to start with but most likely you will need to continue with the remedies ( if they work) or if something else pops up, you'll need other remedies.
What you need to report back is; your overall general states, such as energy level, sleep, appetite, moods, etc. and any changes in your current health problems (both positive and negative)
So you need to be very observant, not just taking the remedies because I told you to take them.
[Edited by Tui on 2019-11-28 01:13:41]
♥ Tui 4 months ago
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