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Masturbation Back Pain
Unlikely: Very unlikely if manual only.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: Not likely related. Especially if the pain is the next day. ...Read more
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Hii sir I am 24 male experiencing back pain when i masturbate its lasting for aday long or two days. Is it natural or a serious problem?Thanks
Back pain: There should be no connection between masturbating and back pain. If your back hurts, you should see a physician and have a physical exam done. Although it could just be muscle strain from how your back is during these personal episodes, your doctor can be able to see if there is something else going on. ...Read more
Sir I am a 19 yr boy n i m masturbating since 12 but now when i masturebate i feel back pain is it normal help please n does ovr mastrbatn efects kidny?
I am doing continuous masturbation since 1 month. I enjoy it and can't resist from doing it but I feel pain after doing this. I have headache, back pain and so. I am not being able to stop this, how to stop it ? What bad effects it will have on me ?
Doctor can evaluate: Frequency of masturbation varies a lot. For some, once every 8 wks seems too much; but for others, once every 8 hrs seems not enough. One should maybe cut back if he or she often thinks of doing it less, if he or she starts feeling guilty about it, if it interferes with his or her daily activities such as school or work, etc. Headache and backache may be due to other causes. A doctor can examine. ...Read more
Last 2 weeks i'm experiencing back pain and early morning stiffness. Could it be related to my daily masturbation?
I masturbate 2 times a week but sometimes i have lower back pain next day after masturbation. why is it ? should i be worried ?
See below: Doubt if you have anything to be worried about. Lower back pain likely either related to a muscular strain or "referred" pain from your prostate related to some non-specific, inflammation or irritation. Both possibilities generally are self-limiting and require no specific treatment but if symptoms persist or worsen, recommend proper urological evaluation for reassurance and treatment options. ...Read more