Ever since age of 12 I’ve been abusing my member. I also started smoking cigarettes at 14 and subsequently marijuana at 15.
I’m 26 now and I don’t have spontaneous erections, in fact I don’t remember having em in a 7-8 years. My memory is suffering I don’t remember simple things that people told me a minute ago, I just don’t remember! My erection is very weak and the interactions with the wife became platonic and I can see how frustrated she is with me. This threatens my whole life. I kegle to achieve erection but I cum in a matter of seconds if the erection is kegle achieved, why? When I see a beautiful women on the street or on TV I feel nothing. Also only the nastiest porn can turn me on, and it’s not a big time turn on either. My penis used to be quite big when erect, around 7.5-8.5 inches, but now is 5.5-6.5, which is a considerable regress. Is it possible to restore my body to normal? What should I do? And how much will it take?
God Bless You!

ANSWER
You are sexually exhausted. The chronic over-masturbation exhausted your hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal-testicular axis, induced excessive dopamine-norepinephrine-epinephrine conversion, increased the prolactin and prostaglandind E2 levels, and destroyed your dopamine, acetylcholine, serotonin, and GABA nervous function.

Yes, kegels promote premature ejaculation by over-sensitizing the prostate and branches of the sympathetic system.

You should:
1.Discontinue any sexual activities for 1 to 3 months.
2.Balance your diet.
3.Use Multi-Alpha, Alpha-Amino, 5HTP-Nettle, Ultra-Purified-FishOil, and testicle cooling solutions to help your body restore the proper nervous and endocrine functions, help rejuvenate your serotonin and GABA nervous modulation, decrease inflammatory and stress hormonal release, increase androgens, and boost prostaglandin E1 and E3, along with NO for healing.

The restorative process is quite individual in nature. However, roughly speaking I would say that it will take between two months and a year.

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