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hi teen male and after i finished masturbating i noticed that i had these red splotches of varying sizeson my chest and upper abdominal area and thenas i watche dover the next coupla minutes they slowly faded. is this bad? is it caused by my masturbating? and what shuld i do about it?


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replied August 9th, 2010
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Hi,
Welcome to the forum. I am really glad to help you out. The red blotches on the chest have nothing to do with the masturbation. The good news is that they fade away on their own. However, it makes sense to do a complete haemogram with a platelet count and complete bleeding and coagulation profile.

We need to rule out a bleeding/clotting disorder and this facilitates in ruling it out. Please do consult a physician for the same. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.




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replied October 14th, 2011
i have read an article, hand in pants, about children who go through when they fondle their genitals. this kind of masturbation does no harm. nevertheless, it is not to be encourage.

my nine year old son carries on this habit while watching Tv. once i asked him why he fondle, he replied it was itchy but i new that it was just an alibi...

how then can i discourage him from this habit?
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replied May 19th, 2011
Hi, I want to know that masturbating is harmful to our health or our body or not? How many times should masturbat daily or in a day? thans alot
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