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Sir I, M. Rahaman Male 25 years old. My mom & dad is telling me to get married. But sir the problem is whenever I hear about marry I feel nervous & also feel scared . bcoz my pennis do not get strong in case it get strong it just need 30-40 second to ejaculate . I used to watch porn 2-4 hours daily from last 3 & half years . though I left this habit from last few months. Once I made sex with an woman but it could not happen .she was ready but when I have gone to her I was feeling so scared & my heart beat goes 10 times faster than normal . even when we use some silly talk over phone I feel same problem . something come out from pennis . is there any solution for me to get fit ??
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Early ejaculation could be due to many reasons. Anxiety being the most. So first try relaxation techniques and distraction method. Then try to cut down on any habits like alcohol, smoking or drugs. This will help delay ejaculation. If there's no improvement then you must be investigated for any comorbidities like diabetes hypertension hypercholestrolemia. Treating these comorbidities also can delay ejaculation. Also any associated erectile dysfunction will also have to be treated. Medically there are many options like oral medications and topical creams. If the above conservative measure do not help kindly consult a psychiatrist for medical therapy.
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