im a quick comer...i try to hold it and i cant..i come too quick and when i do it goes down..and it takes a while to get back up even with help from the girlfriend...and sometimes i dont get a full erection...what does that mean and if there any medical help to prevent from coming too fast?
You are sexually exhausted!
As for the ejaculation part - you trained your prostate to ejaculate too early - "Chronic Over-masturbation or Over-ejaculation will train the prostate ejaculation control nerve to ejaculate as soon as the dopamine-sympathetic-sensory nervous circuits are stimulated. It is like a reflexion training. The sufferers(over-masturbators) get prostate's nervous relexion training in response to any sexual stimulation from vision, hearing. kissing, or touching."
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Premature ejaculation is very common but it is easily treatable. An alpha blocker such as phentolamine (brand name VIGAMED, formerly known as Vasomax) may be helpful in your case. There are several studies that show that alpha blockers can be very effective, because they inhibit sympathetic action (two physiological systems, the sympathetic and the parasympathetic, play a role in sexual response: the former controls ejaculation and detumescence, the latter controls erection).
VIGAMED is indicated for the treatment of ED and PE but it is not available in the US. You'll have to order it online: vasomaxclinic.com
Consult your doctor before you decide to try VIGAMED or any other treatment.
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