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Masturbation at age 40?

Hi there, do you think masturbation at age 40 weakens a man's immune system? wife is pregnant and i need to relive these blueballs... So i masturbate 2-3 times a week... Sometimes it goes like daily.. But if it happens 3 days in a row i feel somewhat weak the other day, and sometimes cold sores blowout... Do you think i am damaging my immune system? Do you think i need professional help haha? ;p  Regards and thanks in advance to all!
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1622896 tn?1562364967
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Hi you are fine Masturbating , it will not weaken your immune system one bit please don't forget your Wife's needs , Take care , Enjoy ,x
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thank you, good point, and yes we talked with my wife about this, and we both are not comfortable having sex while she is pregnant.. I said it is like my kid in the room, we can't get away from that thought.. so funny thing my masturbating became understandable all of a sudden.. regarding your answer about immune system, I always thought masturbating drains me since it has lots of vitamins and proteins in it. are there any facts to support your answer? Regards.
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1622896 tn?1562364967
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Hi please look up Jackinworld on the web , hope this helps you , Take care,
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I checked it out but sorry I found no use, thank you for your time tough.. I guess I need a doc opinion on this.  
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