Platoon recovery after Platoon blocking with irritable premature ejaculation
Q: Three months ago, I was in the men’s hospital. He recommended platoon blocking for premature ejaculation. I received it to solve prematurely. The problem is that that part is too dented. I checked and found that platoon blocking is a temporary effect. I’ve been in a relationship twice recently, and there was no difference before the surgery. I regret it. Is it possible to restore the platoon?
A: Osteoporosis caused by overly sensitive penises is called hypersensitivity prematureosis. Platoon blocking is a procedure that cuts off the skin that looks like a string on the lower part of the ear for the purpose of dulling the senses. Platoon is simply skin tissue. It can be temporarily dull, but later it will come back to senses. Platoon structures constitute normal penises and the shape of earbuds. There is a problem that once you resect it, the shape changes. Recovery is not possible. We need to adapt to the situation.