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I am 27 year old man,
I was doing masturbation from age of 10 years..
averagely i was doing till date 2 times per day..
Because of unstoppability , i m fed up with this.
it is distracting from my study.
so i decided to not to do Masturbation hence forth.
even though i am not getting married till 2015 and dont have girlfriend, to have sex pleasure.(Not yet touched any anyone and dont want to)
So my fear is,
Is there any problem if I stop it doing?
any consequences in Marital Relation or in health?
Kindly looking after your Professional advice
Thanks in advance.
Masturbation is only considered excessive/ abnormal if it affects you day to day activities such as study in your case. There are no side effects of stopping and no side effects with regard to marital relation or health.
Hope this information is helpful.
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