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I use to musturbate 3 or 4 times a week, is it normal for me or i have to stop it. I don't have any back pain, stress or lazyness but sometimes i feel guilty and have little pain in my panis cap. Is there have any problem with my penis in future. Give a detailed description and solution about it.
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You must understand that excess of everything is bad. Same is true with masturbation. Control masturbition. Dont do more than a once in a week otherwise it may cause some weakness. You may take cap. Shilajit & tab. Chandraprabha bhati. One tab. Each morning & evening & also take dhatu paushtik churan one spoon morning & evening. All 3 with hot milk for 3-4 months.
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Masturbation is normal and natural .you won't be needing to masterbate anymore once you get married .till then you can masturbate as a substitute for regular sex without guilt.
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Masturbation is a normal and healthy way of achieving Sexual gratification for both men and women. Also it will not cause any health problem at present or in future. There is no need of feeling guilty.
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