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I masturbate once in a week.But yesterday, suddenly i lost control of my penis while masturbating.im not able to lift my penis.But erection was there and sperm came out after 5 mins.I mastburated very hard to and fro.Will it damaged my nerves?Even if my penis gets enlarged,im not able to control my penis.Sensitivity is there.
I'd like to answer your question, but I'm not sure what you mean. I think your best bet is to post your question in the Urology Expert Forum. When you do, be more specific. What do you mean when you say you can't lift your penis? Is it painful? And what do you mean by "I'm not able to control my penis"?
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