Hello doc, I'm 16 years old, and lately or rather say from a year or two i been feeling such uneasiness that i cannot bear it at all. When i was i think 11(i don't know exactly), i discovered masturbation on my bathroom floor. The feeling it had was really great, and i wanted to do such a thing over and over again. I practiced masturbation in great frequency till i was 14, when i came to know what it actually was. A read a great deal about it on the Internet and found out its not good for health and all and i have cut down the practice but i simply cannot just do away with it. The urge keeps coming back, i start doing that again and again. Now the uneasiness i was talking about; due to any string bowels' movement i somewhat say ejaculate, i always have the fear that if i ejaculate it would be like ruining me,sometimes i have this huge urge to just jerk off but i have to control that which is very difficult and uneasiness.So i'm in this tension all the time. I want those days back when i don't have to worry about it, where i just did whatever i wanted to too.I think the early discovery of mine has kinda strengthen my sex drive that i cannot do away with it. suggest me something that i should do? any medication ,any exercise, anything that would make me a normal person again when i was 11; tension-free,free of all this uneasiness. Thank you, Regards, Heeman.
Masturbation is an absolutely normal and healthy activity! You have received incorrect information about it not being good for health. In fact, masturbation keeps the prostate gland healthy; otherwise the accumulated semen has to slowly be absorbed. Have you ever noticed your balls ache when you get aroused but you don't ejaculate? Jerking off is the right thing to do!
So please have no worries at all about masturbating as much as you feel that you need. Only when it becomes an obsessive behavior that interferes with other parts of your life is it time to slow down. Remember, masturbation is a private but normal thing to do, and there is no place for guilt or worry that it will harm you; the opposite is true -- it will make you healthier physically and mentally.