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Extracting wisdom teeth and masturbation

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How long after getting my wisdom teeth out should i wait before I can start masterbating again? It has been 5 days, there isn't any bleeding and almost NO pain.

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replied October 5th, 2009
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Extracting wisdom teeth is a rather simple procedure. It is considered more serious only if the person has high blood pressure or blood coagulation disorders. Since you have reported none of the above mentioned, you are not expected to experience any complications.

However, extracting wisdom teeth is not related to masturbation in any way. Increased blood flow in the penis does not affect the bleeding from the teeth. The sexual tension might elevate the blood pressure, but it is usually not enough to cause bleeding from tooth extraction in a healthy man without a history of high blood pressure.

You can continue masturbating whenever you feel comfortable.

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