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Delayed Ejaculation ( DE)
Treatment for DE depends on the cause.
Some medicine like SSRIs may cause DE. Change the Medicine.
Alcohol may cause DE. Stop or reduce alcohol Some neurological diseases may cause DE. Get them treated by a Neurologist.
DE could be Psychological. Get the help of Sex counselors
Following Drugs may help DE.
You have Small Penis.
For increasing the size of the Penis, Following treatments are available.
1. Use Vacuum pump / Hydro pneumo vacuum pump. Use graduated cylinder. Mark your penis size on first day. Pump daily for 6 months.
2. Penile Jelquing device.
3. Penile weights.
4. Penile Traction
5. Penile lengthening Oil.
6. Penile Platelet Rich Plasma Injection.( PRP Treatment)
7. Low Energy Shock Wave Therapy.
8. Acupuncture therapy.
9. Hydro Pnemo Therapy.
10. Penile Massage Therapy.
11. Venous ligation surgery.
12. Penile lengthening silicon sleeve implant in Surgery
11. Take nutritious and healthy diet -avoid fast food, junk food,spicy and oily food.
13. Flatten your abdominal wall – do abdominal exercises, leg raises, push ups 20 times each daily.
14.Reduce your weight if you are obese.
Red spots on glans penis are not always serious.
In some cases, red spots may result from allergic to chemicals, soap, salt water in a beach, chemical water in a pool, poor hygiene or a minor irritation. These spots typically disappear in a day or two.
Red spots that develop as a result of something more serious, such as a sexually transmitted diseases typically last longer and are accompanied by other symptoms.
Read on to learn what symptoms to watch for, how each condition might be treated, and when to see your doctor.
You have Erectile Dysfunction ( ED).
For ED, following treatments are available.
1. Use Vacuum pump.
2. Penile Oil.
3. Penile Platelet Rich Plasma Injection.( PRP ).
4. Low Energy Shock Wave Therapy.
5. Acupuncture therapy.
6. Hydro Pnemo Therapy.
7. Penile Massage Therapy.
8. Venous ligation surgery.
10. Penile Injections that can be taken by the user himself .
11. Hormone replacement.
Testosterone gel or injection.
12. Vibrator Therapy.
You have Semen Leakage ( Spermatorrhea).
Semen production goes on in the testis round the clock and gets stored in seminal vesicles, Prostate and testicles. Now imagine these organs as water tanks. Continuous production at some time, will make tanks full.
If the boy or man is not married, or not sexually active or not mastrubatiing, their storage capacity runs out. Now overflowing mechanisms take place like night falls and seminal discharge in urine.
It’s perfectly normal.
Nothing to worry about it.
To avoid this one needs to have sex or masturbate regularly.
It won’t lead to any problems.
You have HSDD or Loss of Libido .Hypoactive sexual desire disorder can be treated by: Dopamine agonists : Bupropion, Cabergoline, Pramipexole, Ropinirole , Cabergoline is a prolactin antagonist. Testosterone is a well-recognized strategy to improve sexual drive in men with hypoactive sexual desire disorder who have hypogonadism. There are short-acting testosterone therapies such as testosterone intramuscular injections, testosterone topical gels, testosterone topical patches, and testosterone buccal systems. There are long-acting testosterone therapies such as subcutaneous testosterone pellets and testosterone undecanoate intramuscular injections.Phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors can increase low desire in men.Suggestions:
Get your hormones tested once.
Dont Worry. You are normal.
Myths, Benefits and harms:
Masturbation is a process in which a person derives sexual pleasure and satisfaction by stroking or rubbing his genitals by his hands manually alone or with using sex toys. It is normally done solo but, also performed in relationships to get orgasm and sex arousal. It’s completely a normal emotional, physiological and biological activity of men. It had no harmful physical and emotional effects in the body.
Masturbation is considered as a taboo.
There are many myths associated with masturbation
Most of them are not true.
Masturbation minimizes sexual performance and libido and causes Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation in later in life.
Masturbation reduces the quality and quantity of Semen.It makes semen thin in texture making it watery.
Masturbation causes blindness, mental illness, infertility, hair loss etc.,
It reduces premature ejaculation.
Reduces the risk of Prostate Cancer.
Prevents spread of STD. HIV, Corona.
Makes pelvic muscles strong to prevent erectile dysfunction.
Improves sperm quality and motility.
Reduces nasal congestion during cold and flu.
Reduces stress and depression.
Enhances the mood.
Helps to get good sleep for insomnia patients.
Creates awareness of sexuality.
Enhances immune system.
Satisfies sexual desire and strengthens relationships.
Controlled masturbation will not effect height.
HARMFUL EFFECTS of Excessive Mastrubation:
Mastrubation can have some adverse effects but a few.
Excessive masturbation can lead tofew harmful effects.
Excessive Mastrubation can rarely cause parasympathetic nervous functions which leads to over production of sex hormones and neurotransmitters which cause side effects like fatigue, memory loss, hair loss, groin pain and blurred vision.
It can Cause obsessive compulsive behaviour like addiction to masturbation.
It can Cause bruises if stroked too vigorously.
It Can Lead to hardening of the penis skin and desensitized of penis skin.
It Can cause seminal leakage.
To overcome the adverse effects of Mastrubation,
Do Yoga, Meditation and Exercise.
Eat more vegetables and fruits.
ou are suffering from Premature Ejaculation (PE): PE or ejaculating before you or your partner wanted you to, is a common problem that strikes most men at some point in their lives. Several factors can influence when ejaculation occurs, but it can be controlled with some forethought or, in extreme cases, medical intervention. Here are some strategies to help you get over PE. 1.Use Lignocaine gel or spray. Apply it over glans penis 15 minutes before intercourse. 2. Control your mind. Do Yoga and Meditation. 3. Slow down your pumping intercourse speed. 4. Do : Stop – Start technique. 5. You can use penile silicon rings or bands 6. Keep your penis clean always. Wash its head twice daily. 7. Pinch base of penis @ the peak of intercourse. 8. Ask your partner to do this pinching job.Ask her to gently pull your balls. 9. Withdrew penis and squeeze it and insert again. 10. Do Kleegel exercise. 11. Do Sun therapy for glans penis. 12. Divert your attention. 13. Get Circumcision done.
Your rashes, could be Genital Warts ( GW) – Human Papilloma Virus ( HPV):
Genital warts is a Sexually Transmitted Disease ( STD).
It is caused by a virus known as Huma Papilloma Virus (HPV).
It affects both women and men, but women are more vulnerable to complications.
It can be treated, but they can come back frequently. GW are soft growths that appear on the genitals. They can cause pain, discomfort, and itching. HPV infection is especially dangerous for women because some types of HPV can also cause cancer.
Treatment – Medical:
Podophyllin and Podofilox
Trichlor Acetic Acid (TCA),
Investigations to be done: Genital Warts ( GW) – Human Papilloma Virus ( HPV): Genital warts is a Sexually Transmitted Disease ( STD). It is caused by a virus known as Huma Papilloma Virus (HPV). It affects both women and men, but women are more vulnerable to complications. It can be treated, but they can come back frequently. GW are soft growths that appear on the genitals. They can cause pain, discomfort, and itching. HPV infection is especially dangerous for women because some types of HPV can also cause cancer. Treatment – Medical: Imiquimod, Podophyllin and Podofilox Trichlor Acetic Acid (TCA), Injection- Interferon. Treatment- Surgical: Electro Cautery, Cryosurgery, Laser treatment, Excisions.
You have Foul smelling Vaginal Discharge:
Vaginal discharge may range in color from clear to gray, yellow, greenish, or milky-white and may have an unpleasant smell. The symptoms and character of vaginal discharge depend upon the specific condition that is the cause of the discharge.
Bacterial vaginosis: bacterial vaginosis typically produces a discharge that is thin and grayish-white in color. It is usually accompanied by a foul, fishy smell.
Trichomonas: Trichomonas infection produces a frothy, yellow-green vaginal discharge with a strong odor. Associated symptoms can include discomfort during intercourse and urination, as well as irritation and itching of the female genital area.
Gonorrhea: Gonorrhea may not produce symptoms in up to half of infected women, but it can also cause burning with urination or frequent urination, a yellowish vaginal discharge, redness and swelling of the genitals, and a burning or itching of the vaginal area.
Chlamydia: Like gonorrhea, Chlamydia infection may not produce symptoms in many women. Others may experience increased vaginal discharge as well as the symptoms of a urinary tract infection if the urethra is involved.
Vaginal yeast infection, Candidiasis : A vaginal yeast infection is usually associated with a thick, white vaginal discharge that may have the texture of cottage cheese. The discharge is generally odorless. Other symptoms can include burning, soreness, and pain during urination or sexual intercourse.
The choice of medication depends upon the type of infection. Antibiotics and antifungal medications are the mainstay of treatment, administered either in topical, injection, or oral form, depending upon the particular infection.
Oral, injectable, and topical (applied as tablets or cream into the vaginal area) medications are used to treat the various causes of vaginal discharge.
A number of medications may be effective in the treatment of bacterial vaginosis, including metronidazole , tinidazole and clindamycin cream .
These medications are also effective in the treatment of trichomonas infections