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My wife plays a lot with my penis

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My wife libido is more than me and she loves my penis, when ever she gets time after coming from work she catches my penis and testicles and keeps playing/pressing as she thinks that would get me in mood soon but she does this so often like pulling and pressing i am just concerned if such overuse have any health issues in future. I like my women to play with it often but know that she is doing more often than i expected i just have this one fear of health as we dont have kids yet.
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replied December 15th, 2011

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Pulling and pressing the penis and genitals does not affcet the sperm production unless done so hard that it causes injury or trauma to the area.She can do it but it is best to limit as overdoing may decrease the strength, rigidity and duration of erections.
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replied November 20th, 2012
reply me plz
I use to masturbate from age of 18 and now i am of 28..
i had sex with my gf many times but my duration or erection is can i increase the duration to have sex for more time
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