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Premature ejaculation
During foreplay precum is normal but in my case ejaculation slowly is a continuous process but still it's ok to proceed.problems occurs when I set on top for penetration my penis started discharge down and then again it got aroused at that time sometimes I ejaculate fully or sometimes I don't and again it's discharge soon. Also sometimes when I pull my foreskin down I lost the erection.so I m bit a confused what is happening. Does too much of masturbate have an affects because I have done so much of masturbate before getting into a relationship. For last 2 years I had been masturbating on a regular basis for twice a day.Also I m going through thyroid medication and also do have stress regarding many things. So please let me know what to do
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Premature ejaculation happens shortly before or after penetration, although there is no precise "time limit" that defines it. Depending on different places and cultures it mostly means lasting less than two minutes. In order to deal with the problem, it's crucial to understand the causes of premature ejaculation. These causes can include excessive excitement, fear of performance problems and other forms of anxiety. It can also include physical causes such as acute hypersensitivity of the nervous system. Homeopathy  has 48 different remedies for PE. Each individual case is properly taken and analyzed to select the best remedy for a pericular person. The idea is to make a tailor-made prescription which usually has amazing effects with no side effects.
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