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I have a nightfall problem from about 14 years . 5 to 6 times in a month . I did masturbation in my past childhood days and nightfall started after this .
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Hello, Night falls are natural phenomena. It mostly happens to youngsters...but sometimes to adults also. But when we start having excessive night falls i.e. more than 5-7 times a month then sometimes there starts some problems like...We start feeling weakness, tiredness, laziness, fatigue, body pains, constipation, erectile dysfunction, loss of libido, etc. But sometimes all these problems may happen because of some other medical problems and not necessarily because of excessive nightfall falls. Try to avoid non-veg, spicy.. Fried & chilly food.  Do not watch porn videos...whatsapps..Messages..and other such porn  materials. Take good healthy diet, do exercise & yoga daily.Preferably..Pranayam... meditation... vajroli mudra and Ashwini mudra. Read religious books or watch religious materials before going to sleep. Keep stomach clean & avoid constipation. I am suggesting you some ayurvedic medicines. Take satavaryadi churan one teaspoon in the morning. Take chandanadi vati one in the morning and one in the night. And take tablet brihat bangeshwar ras, one in the morning and one in the night after food. See the results if you are not getting good results then you may contact Your Family Doctor or chat with me on my private chat... or contact me on my clinic numbers. We can send you the medicines by courier also. My website is www kayakalpinternational.com
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Avoid masturbation and avoid seeing porn.
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Hello, hope u r doing well in life. Nightfall or nocturnal emission is normal once or twice in fortnight. If u r getting it too frequently then u can consult an andrologist. Hope it helps !!
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