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i am 16 and i started masturbating

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i am 16 and I noticed that i started masturbating, it feels good when am doing but when the semen comes out i feel really annoyed at why i did this, why am doing it, i eject alot of semen

i am very weird i open the window and start masturbating out side the window but when i am done, i just go back to bed and the semen is still coming out which makes it very unconfortable to sleep,

i try to say thing to my self like : why am i doing this, what the point.

it feel like the devils controlling me, i try to stop but i just haven't got the will power to stop
please help it feels like am going mental

o yh when i eject seman i have breathing problems, my stomoc hurts, and when am near to when the semen is about to eject my body feels soo weird it hurts but when it comes out it feels like am back to earth and am alone doing somthing weird

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242532 tn?1269550379
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you are not alone.  almost everybody on this planet has masturbated during their adolescent years.  It is not the devil come off its the new hormones that are floating in your bloodstream and acting on your brain and pleasure/sexual centers.all of your life until now you have been taught not to be sexual in your body is questioning that rule.  As you embrace your sexuality you normally experience spasms of guilt as if you were doing something wrong.   just keep in mind that you are going through a normal developmental.
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And welcome to the experience of an orgasm.  Try not to let it rule your life, but most of the rest of us have failed that test!   And a solution to your "leftovers" problem is to urinate afterward.  Welcome to budding adulthood, ain't it grand?
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