i'm 32 and have been masterbating (masturbating) all my life. for the past 3-4 years its been an everyday event. how does this effect my sexual and reproductive abilities? and does this reduce your sperm count? do you become impotent?
I am twice your age (64) have masturbated since I was 13, nothing wrong with my sperm count, I have 7 kids, for all the trouble they have brought me at times I wish masturbation had lowered my sperm count, eventually I got a vasectomy to make sure that I shot blanks, I sure dont suffer from impotence, I wake up with an errection every morning, first thing I say to my Wife when I get out of bed is "I'm up Honey" she says "Yes I can see that", stop worrying and enjoy yourself, lifes to short for listening to old wives tails.
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