How do I fix this problem that i'm having, is there something that i have to eat to get my body to function normally. I think my body is not circlelating well because i use to only sleep for 3 hours a day. please help me and tell me what i need to do.
Current medical status: I have serminal leakage with no erection. When ever i'm aroused or thinking of anything sexual, my penis starts leaking a clear sticky liquid. It is not precum bec it doesn't stop still I stop thinking of sexual stuff. as a result, it gives me weak erection and premature ejuclation. i don't last longer than two mins. My semen is not thick anymore. The volume decreased. I masterbate 3 times a day with three hours of sleep. I think thats where the problem started. i still masterbate but i sleep enough now. I been having this problem for over one year now.
The clear ,sticky leakage that you describe as coming from your penis is probably urethral liquid. Urethral liquid can be caused by either a urethral inflammation or can be due to excessive production of the urethral glands. The second type of condition is called hypersecretio urethralis. Excessive production of the urethral glands can be provoked by:
1. Mechanical irritation (riding a horse, riding a bike, excessive sex, masturbation);
2. Specific types of food and drinks (wine, beerâ¦);
3. Post infection complications, and
4. Reflex (itching in the genital region).
Since no infection was detected, frequent masturbation could be the possible cause for the leaks you're experiencing from the urethra.
Erectile dysfunction experienced by men your age in their early 20's is usually functional. Functional erectile dysfunctions are usually due to anxiety and sexual inexperience which can be typical for young men. The same stands for premature ejaculation, too. There is nothing you can eat in order to help these conditions. You can try to life a more regular, rhythmic life and take actions like making mealtime regular, ensure proper sleeping and physical activity patterns. You can also try to masturbate less in order to relieve the symptoms.
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