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How many times is it safe for a man to masturbate in a day?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology 44 years experience
You decide: Enough to stay physically and emotionally comfortable and able to focus on the tasks of regular life. Not so much that we're obsessed with it, have an unwanted compulsion that keeps us from making friends, learning new things. There's a range; you decide what's right. It's great if you can think about the person you love / will marry.

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