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Does Everyone Masturbate In There Life Regardless Religion Thank You
No way to know: The majority of males and females masturbate at some time in thier lives. There is an old saying "99% of men masturbate and the other 1% lie" may hold true. Religeous beliefs and practices can influence the practice of masturbation. Religeon and sex often are on opposite ends of discussion and practice. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I was attempting to masturbate and could not make it to completion, also still very erect. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thank you.
Priapism?: Remaining very erect can be harmful and is a medical emergency. F it does not resolve in about an hour. Priapism may be related to drug use (street "stone" or cocaine), and is usually quite painful. It also occurs with sickle cell disease. You may also have been too aggressive and have caused a penile fracture (you would see a bent penis) - and is also painful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Masturbation should be harmless to the body as long as he or she does not use too much force or friction on his or her genitals. One should realize that the body has essentially the same response to masturbation as to sex for the purpose of reproduction. That means the body reacts just as it does during sexual intercourse, which, of course, has no harmful side effects on the body. ...Read more
Do yu advice to masturbate once per week ?
And what are the benefits of stopping masturbation ?
More often unless...: Research shows that men who ejaculate 21 times or more per month have 33% lower risk of prostate cancer than men who ejaculate 4-7 times a month. If you have a sexual partner there is no need to masturbate but otherwise 4-5 times a week may be beneficial. The only benefit is that some people feel that not masturbating/ejaculating has spiritual benefits, but there are no scientific studies on this. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Whether theres any problem if i masturbate 3 or4 times in a week? M 20 year old man... Plzz inform me..... Thank u...
Not a problem: That is very normal behavior.Get a more detailed answer ›
I've been getting conflicting answers on whether choosing to refrain from masturbation can be deleterious to your health. What's the truth? Thank You
Obvious battle: It is obvious that you are in a battle with yourself over what is a common part of human sexuality. Do or not/ it has no effect on your health as some adults do and some never do and live out healthy functional lives either way. A better question is why you have spent so much time and effort obsessing over this topic. Seek out a counselor to see what other issues in your life are triggering this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello iam 19 year old boy and want to know is masturbating healthy if yes then how much time can in masturbate in week tell me healthy amount ? Thank
See answer: Though opposed by some cultures and religions, which can lead to guilt/shame about the behavior, masturbation is a normal, healthy sexual activity that is pleasant, fulfilling, acceptable, safe and a good way to experience sexual pleasure and can be done throughout life. There is no "normal" frequency that is recommended or shown to be "healthy" and compulsive masturbation is a problem for some. ...Read more
Let's talk man 2 man: Essentially all teens and young men masturbate. It helps you learn about your mind and body to prepare you to be a husband and father. It is fun, and helps keep you focused and out of physical discomfort. If you enjoy good mental health, it will not become compulsive or interfere with your social life; in fact, it is much better than casual sex emotionally & in terms of infections. ...Read more
Are there any health risks from NOT masturbating or ejaculating? In other words, will I be chastised by a doctor for not masturbating? Thank You
See below: Masturbation is a natural sexual activity that most, though certainly not all, people do at some point in their lives. Whether one masturbates or not is purely and simply a personal choice. There is no "normal" frequency and there are no health risks associated with not masturbating. No physician or healthcare professional should "chastise" or "judge" you based on whether you masturbate or not. ...Read more
Why does my clitoris look and feel different after masturbation? I've done it before but now i see white stuff and it looks swollen? Thank you!
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