Two months ago I posted here about experiencing pain during masturbation. I took the advice from you guys and took a month(30 days) break and now there's no more pain! and everything back to normal...well not exactly normal in some cases:
I noticed couple of changes after resuming masturbation from the 1 month of break.: (Some are goods and some are...weird)
-Harder erection (My penis used to erect at "9'clock" angle), now it is 11 o clock angle! and I easily become aroused!
-The first 3 times after resuming my masturbation, there is NO precum at all.
-After 2 weeks(Masturbate 3 times a week now) Starting from 3 days ago, I start to experience excess precum! I didn't touch my penis while watching porn/think sexually at night, but it's leaking precum on its own without even an erection! Is that normal??
Hi Dan, Just looked back at your posts, seems you have done very well, so ok about your precum, its normal for a guy to get a release why watching porn, haveing sexual thoughts and without an erection, your just a normal guy we all get this, its just your body getting ready for sex, because thats whats happeneds when all men or most get sexy thoughts or watch porn, just enjoy it, but if this is happening when your out just slide a condom over it to stop any wet patchs.
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