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Hello,I am here because i recently stopped masturbating like approximately 50days ago.And of recent i started back and i find that my penis is not fully erecting,and i am experiencing quick releases of sperm.
I am normally 5-6 inches and its like my penis is just hardening during erection and not gaining size and is also ejaculating quite quickly after like about 8 secs or so into masturbating and i am quite worried if i have became damaged in some way.

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replied June 25th, 2010
Sexual Health - Men Answer A13531
Hi there, thank you for posting your question. My answer is not intended as a substitute to visiting your own doctor but I hope I can be of some little help.

Perhaps I do not fully understand your question but it seems to me that you are worrying unnecessarily. If you want better control of the timing of your ejaculation try stopping all stimulation when you feel close to ejaculation. Let your excitement settle for a few minutes before starting up again. Take it easy.

Dr Andrew Rynne.

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