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Delayed ejaculation very often is due to some medication or drug either prescribed or recreational being used currently or used sometime in the past. Can you reflect on that for a while and see what you come up with?
If it takes 15 minutes for you to ejaculate, your sex partner may well prefer that to your stated goal of 3 to 5 minutes. Also, are you self-mediating with antibiotics? If those are necessary under a doctor's care, two days would not be sufficient time for them to work, with ten days being more likely. Otherwise, those eight cups of ginger tea sounds extreme and may have a negative effect, unless you are treating certain symptoms.
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