|also, I have a question.. From doing this so often, can one become sterile?, cause I notice the change in consistency of the cum after the first couple of ejaculations..|
|jesus christ...What a crock of crap. Look kid, you're 18...Jack off as much as you want. There are no side effects. You should look into getting a partner, male or female, to enjoy sex with, but don't listen to any of these people who tell you there are negative side effects. I'm a medical doctor. Based on my personal and professional experience, there are no harmful side effects to masturbation other than the social stigma.
If anyone disagrees, I suggest you go through four years of medical school and four years of internal medicine residency first, then you'll be in a position to debate me.
do you imply that you have been in medical school for four years and you four years of internal medicine residency?
|it is possible to be addicted to sex or masturbation. This can develop because of many different reasons.
I would like to get help for this but its not the kind of thing you bring up when speaking to your doctor - I get embarrassed easily as it is!
I am now at the stage where I have to masturbate just to feel normal, like some kind of drug. Although i'm down from an average of 5 times a day to 4, its all about small steps as they say. Maybe if I deal with my depression, anxiety and my past, which I am current doing with the help of counselling sessions, then it will gradually go away.
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