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Automatic Discharge of liquid from penis
I have been facing a problem in which my penis discharges drops of liquid whenever there is slight sexual arousal. It is during watching video or slight physical interaction with opposite sex. The penis before getting properly erect discharges few drops of liquid. Is it normal or do I need any medical treatment. Kindly suggest the discipline of doctor to visit? Or any specific medicine to cure the same?
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It is very common issues with makes who are very sensitive It is nothing but urethral glands secretion It is called Dhaat syndrome Nothing to worry You don't need any treatment But you might be having premature ejaculation Premature ejaculation is very common problems account for 30 percent of normal male suffer from this issue It is very common misconception and self diagnosis made after seeing porn videos Please don't compare yourself with Porn Star Ejaculation is very normal for 2-3 minutes Don't rush for the sex Try to be relaxed Talk to your partner Orgasm's for female different from male Stimulate her Do plenty of foreplay Your partner is backbone of your treatment Take her into confidence Even if ejaculated early Try to do sex for second time While doing sex if feeling like ejaculation withhold it You can increase your latency time T.duralast 30 mg hour before sex T.tazzle 10 mg half hour before Regular exercise Healthy diet Dry fruits Be relaxed Control your anxiety
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no treatment needed for Dhaat syndrome
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you are absolutely normal
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