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Productivity Affected All Of The Time By Health Problems
No: There is a wide range of normal libido, or sexual interest. As long as sexual activity does not interfere with other important aspects of your life, then how often you masturbate or have sex is up to you, and is not linked to health risks. You might want to invest in a good water-based lube, so you don't get a blister, though. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have an 8-year-old son in perfect health who defecates 9 times daily. What could be the problem?
More data please: Even healthy appearing kids can have stooling issues.Volume/texture/stool water/blood, mucous or pus/excessive odor(clears a room)are important additional facts. Talk with your dr about the issue. At that age the kid is likely embarrased by the issue & wants it to stop. The issues could range from food intolerances/irritable bowel/even stool retention with leaking. A good exam & tests should help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My partner has no problem with getting aroused, but the majority of the time can not ejaculate. Is this a health concern?
Ejaculation: Not from the standpoint of causing a disease. Not being able to ejaculate can be due to anxiety, diabetics can have retrograde ejaculation, it can happen after prostate surgery, loss of ejaculation can occur after spinal fusion, intestinal surgery involving the colon or rectum. ...Read more
If I drink 1 red bull everyday (0, 25 l) and I work out in the gym 2 times a week, will it cause any health problems, if I in addition drink 0, 75l soda?
Energy Drinks: Your main concern with energy drinks and soda is the sugar and caffeine. While 1 energy drink a day may not seem like much, you are consumer a large quantity of sugar at one time. This is not good for your metabolism and health. Also, a consequence of energy drink caffeine can be cardiac arrhythmias. You should try to cut back on the energy drinks and continue to exercise. ...Read more
Some: Headaches, posture problems, no exrecise.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can masturbating too much cause any health problems with the posibilty of being pregnant through time?
After a long time, can self-harm become just a bad habit that has no significant connection to underlying mental health problems?
Always Meaning: Even when our behavior becomes a habit, it has an underlying meaning. Self harm is a behavior that can become a habit, but I believed it's still linked to emotional distress and pain. Often the physical pain becomes a coping mechanism to deal (or rather not to deal) with overwhelming emotional difficulties. Hotline: http://ow.ly/x7AVK ...Read more
Okay I have no health insurance. I have problem every time i get ready to come on my monthly. I get boils in places on my body. What can I do?
No reason: Despite my misgivings on obamacare, you should be able to get some insurance coverage free or with federal subsidy. I am concerned that you may have an impaired immune system or possible Progesterone allergy. You need to have an immune work up if hormonal effects have been ruled out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I masturbate 1-2 times a day, but I don't want to ejaculate. I ejaculate only on every 3rd or 4th day. Can I get any health problems from this?
Listen friend: What's the problem? You are free to ejaculate or not, but what you do and whether you finish off isn't going to damage your health. Anyone who tells you otherwise is misinformed or lying to you. Being a young adult is hard enough without people frightening you about your changing body. Embrace who you are, think about that one special person who may be in your future, & maybe even talk to a parent ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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