Conditions with symptom: 'premature greying'
My husband, aged 23, is losing pigment in various patches of hair and doctors haven't really been able to explain why. I'm wondering if this is something like a hair-specific vitiligo (he has that too) or signs of premature greying. He has also gone almost completely bald in one of the spots near the back of his head before but it seems to b growing back. He doesn't seem to mind any of this much but sometimes I worry that it might be something serious.
Hello, i have been in a relationship with my boyfriend for over a year now, but he has some concerns with premature ejaculation and is really embarrassed about talking to me about it and it is effecting our relationship.Is there anything that i could do or any techniques we could use to stop premature ejaculation during sex?
When i first started having sex i had a simmiler problem however after a while it seemed to go. One way i found around the problem. (i say i, it was really my girlfirend who thought of it) was to make me ejaculate in a way that makes neither person embarrised. this can be done either through oral, or masterbation. The good thing about this is that while not only will it mean during sex he can last longer, but you should also be closer to it aswell, Although im not sure on it, i think a bit of the premature ejaculation problems for a lot of people are caused by preasure and by nerves... And to tackle the 'embarrised about talking about it' just make him realise a lot of people have the problem, and its not something he can help.. If you can make him realise its not a big deal, even if to you it is... Remember, there are more than one way for you reach climaxe, maybe explore some of those so the two of you can enjoy it to the max
tell him that it is very common for that it happens to all males. im not sure you will have to check this up but i think it also means that he has a high sperm count
Hello, I am a 24 year old Black, African and four the past two years my hair has been slowly greying from the front, coupled with the fact that I am fast becoming bald. what can I do?
i suffer from premature ejeculation but when i am erect my forskin doesnt cum behind the head of my penis but when i pull my forskin back when erect the tip of my penis becomes sensitive, could that be causeing my premature ejeculation if so wot is the cure
Hi I'm a 16 year old dark skinned girl in Switzerland. Lately I've realised that my skin colour on my back is getting fairer and fairer(whitely) and my hair is also greying aswell. I don't know if it's serious and I should go see a doctor. And I also don't think it's normal so can somebody pls help me? Thanks
Hi there! My name is Sonia and to me this doesn't seem like a normal case. This kind of pigmentation on your skin is quite rare and seeing as you're 16 I think you should go and see a dermatologist who I presume will give you some cream or another medical necessity that will either decrease the pigmentation or actually remove it.
U shud see a doctor coz it cud be an allergy or some sort of inflammatory process.
Any help with premature ejaculation please, my marriage is about to break up. I am 60
how can i stop or be better at sex with a small penis and premature ejaculation
Hello, I think I am suffering from premature ejaculation as I ejaculate in around 2 minutes, what can I do to help this?
Before u are going to ejaculate squeeze your penis hard and wait for your erection to reduce in size before continuing to wank.
Nothing to worry. Relax and do not think you are going to ejaculat
I'm 16 and sexually active with my girlfriend (same age) But I cum rather quickly I think it's premature ejaculation, what can I do to last longer?
Durex have a condom called a performa... it prolongs pleasure so in theory you shouldn't cum so quick
hi i,am 42 since very younge sufer from premature ejeculation..but latelly getting worse as sonn as i put the condom i come very frustated can you help? thank you
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