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I have premature ejaculation.25 male.What to do other than kergel exercises....?

I have premature ejaculation.25 male.What to do other than kergel exercises....?

Premature ejaculatio: Are you taking any medicines that may be associated with this condition, such as ssri antidepressants? If so, discuss with your fp or prescriber the problem & alternatives to current treatment. ...Read more

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Dr. Chevies Newman
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Premature (Definition)

Very premature is a condition in which a baby is delivered between 28 and 31 weeks' gestation. Depending on how premature, how sick, and how lucky or unlucky a baby is, he can get brain problems, cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness, developmental problems, learning disabilities, severe lung diseases, infection and loss of some intestines, etc... Babies who are only moderately premature usually ...Read more


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Can kegel exercises help me stop ejaculating so early?

Can kegel exercises help me stop ejaculating so early?

No: Kegel exercises are exercises of the pelvic musculature to aid in stress urinary incontinence. This is leakage seen with physical activities and exertion. Premature ejaculation is a neurosensory phenomenon that will not be affected by kegel exercises. ...Read more

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Is kegel exercises effective for premature ejaculation?

Maybe: Some medical research suggests that pelvic floor exercises can improve erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation, via improved muscular control of the pelvis. Given that there is virtually no risk, kegel exercises are a logical first approach to treating premature ejaculation, before considering topical and pharmacological options. ...Read more

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Can kegel exercises prevent early rectal prolapse from continuing?

Can kegel exercises prevent early rectal prolapse from continuing?

Probably not ...: Kegel exercise, of no doubt, will strengthen the muscle power around the anus and pelvic floor of men or women. But its preventive effect has not been studied for teenagers, as I have known. Remember everything happening to us always results from multiple factors although some factors may be identified as precipitating ones. Meanwhile, practice healthy lifestyle and avoid overindulgence... ...Read more

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Are kegel exercises a safe way to counter premature ejaculation during sex?

Yes they are safe: Kegel's exercises can improve time to ejaculation, they can help you delay orgasm. A helpful and understanding partner goes a long way in alleviating premature ejaculation. ...Read more

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What is kegel exercise?

What is kegel exercise?

Pelvic floor muscles: Used in sex & urinary control, can be weakened with age, childbirth or surgery. Kegels help to strengthen these muscles, stopping and starting urine midstream will help you identify the muscles you need to contract for these exercises. After you know what contract, do 8 to 12 exercises 3 times daily at least 4 times a week. A physical therapist may be necessary in difficult cases. ...Read more

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What are kegel exercise?

What are kegel exercise?

Pelvic muscle: Kegels are exercises designed to strengthen the pelvic muscles. This helps with some bladder control issues, especially those that occur after having a baby. Here's a site if you want to learn how to do them: http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-living/womens-health/in-depth/kegel-exercises/art-20045283 ...Read more

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Is queefing actually considered a kegel exercise?

Is queefing actually considered a kegel exercise?

Possibly: Queefing is a neme for vaginal flatulence. Air in the vagina can be expelled during kegel exercises. But kegel exercises consisit of contracting the gluteal (buttock) muscles and thrussting the pelvis forwards. This can be performed by both men and women. ...Read more

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How can you do kegel exercises?

How can you do kegel exercises?

The Proper way: Would require being in the office where the doc or physical therapist could touch your abdomen (to make sure these muscles were not being tightened) and your perineal area. You can try squeezing your pelvic floor muscles in repetition several times a day -there are several regimens. I have patients do 3dets of 10 holding each squeeze upto 10seconds. ...Read more