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A 22-year-old male asked:

my age 23. during sex i lost my ireaction fast... i wanna increase my ireaction time. any medicen thaht i take before sex or any diet..

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Dr. Warren Wolfe
Family Medicine 58 years experience
Premature ejaculatio: This can be a tough problem and embarrassing. I have found that referring the patient to a sex therapist works best. There is no magic pill so to speak and will take a few sessions to get results for you and in some cases involve you female partner, .
Dr. Donald Jacobson
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Is this premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction. They are treated differently. If it is erectile dysfunction, then you should see your family doctor to review options, which at your age should include a testosterone level and a review for sleep apnea since that is the most likely cause of this at your age in my experience. As a psychiatrist and sleep doc this is what I see most at your age.
Dec 2, 2013
Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology 44 years experience
Get checked: I'm going to assume that this also happens when you are enjoying your body by yourself, even when you've got your favorite erotica. If this is the case, your physician can check you for hemochromatosis, prolactinoma, low serum testosterone and a few other things. If it's just with the partner, work together to learn how to make one another feel good and stay excited.

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