There are drugs for erection, but are there any means to extend the duration of PA? Very necessary.
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Answered on October 19, 2015 16:29
Do you have premature ejaculation? Here it depends on the reason, depending on what it is, such a means.
No, I'm fine, I read that the normal duration of the PA is 10-15 minutes. I fit into these parameters, but my girlfriend does not have time, she needs longer.
Answered on October 20, 2015 21:31, antonlujin |
There is such a drug, Neurodose, it is prescribed by doctors in the complex treatment of premature ejaculation, for extending the time of the PA, I think this is what you need.
Answered on October 21, 2015 23:16, Vlad |
This is not an ointment accident? On the ointment my girl is allergic. Yes, and I also do not like the feeling that I was cold and do not feel anything.
Answered on October 22, 2015 23:21, antonlujin |
No, this is not an ointment, by the way, they often use ice cream, therefore the feeling is cold, and the girl is allergic, sometimes people have allergy to ice cream. It is a complex of vitamins and mineral supplements, really used in the treatment of rate of fire. Checked for yourself, really helps and sharpens the sensation of sex.
Answered October 23, 2015 17:26, Vlad |
And then what is it, the pills, how are they taken, before the PA, or is it systemically necessary like that?
Answered on October 25, 2015 18:19, antonlujin |
These are capsules, it is necessary to take it systematically, two capsules per day, for 30 days, 1 package is enough for one course. You do not immediately feel the action, just once again, you understand that you get great pleasure from sex and the duration is much longer.
Answered on October 26, 2015 21:57, Vlad |
And after the course of treatment, does this effect last for a long time, or should we drink it constantly?
Answered on October 27, 2015 21:18, antonlujin |
I took it a year ago, probably everything has stabilized with me, now everything is fine in the intima, although I think I’ll just drink it to improve my well-being.
Answered on October 28, 2015 14:56, Vlad |
Answered on October 19, 2015 21:54
You can consult a urologist, maybe he will advise something. Especially since everything is individual.