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Is it okay to be horny all the time

I’m a 15 year old female and I’m horny 24/7 in class at home anywhere and I fantasize about sex all the time or doing it with someone it’s never a time when I’m not horny   I could be reading a book bam! I’m horny watching a movie bam! I’m horny watching YouTube bam! I’m horny and I also play with myself almost 6 times a day and if I don’t I feel like I’m going to explode is there something wrong with me?
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207091 tn?1337709493
Well, it might not be something "wrong" with you, but some of your hormones might be a bit unbalanced. You could have really high testosterone compared to your estrogen.

It sounds like it could be interfering with your life, so it's probably something you want to get checked out. Having a sex drive is normal, but when it's affecting you to the point of distraction, it isn't, even as a teenager.

If you are having sex, make sure you are using protection at all times. That means a condom every single time if your partners are male. Don't ever let a guy have sex with you without one. You could get pregnant or an STD.
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Hehe no I’m not having sex I’m a virgin
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Most likely hormones. There may be nothing wrong with you what so ever. Just more testosterone than normal. As long as your voice isn’t getting progressively deeper or you’re not growing facial hair or your clitoris isn’t getting larger by the month I think you’re good. If it’s interfering with your activities of daily living then talk to a therapist, if not, have at it. Be careful not to cause harm and masterbation is healthy and normal even at 6 times a day.
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Nothing wrong with you.  I was the male equivalent of you when I was a teenager.  All I could think of was finding and having sex with a willing girl and when I couldn't I masturbated.  All I can say is find some guy you really like and make his dreams come true.  Most teenage boys would die to find a girl like you.  Just be careful, use birth control and lay back and enjoy...
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Hello, Btsbre.

I think you are feeling this because once you end up hitting puberty, you end up having strange feelings. It happens to a lot of people when they hit puberty, but those feelings soon wear off. You should talk to a parent or guardian about these feelings. Maybe they will help you with it and talk about you with it more. These are feelings you may not have known about, because it must have been puberty.
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it  is not worng but you can divert your mind on your other activity
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i'm the same way, 15 year old female with an INTENSE sex drive. i masterbate at least 4 times a day and it used to get to the point where it was rlly ruining my everyday life, i'd be in school and bam i was horny, or i'd be eating dinner with my family and BAM i'm horny. it's just hormones and u may have an imbalance like me. you just have to ask yourself: is it effecting the way i live? if yes, see a doctor or try to distract yourself when you get horny in uncomfortable situations. if no then keep doing what ur doing! it's not unhealthy unless it's effecting your life psychologically. :)
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Like anything else, we can have urges but we control them.  Being horny can pass if you ignore it especially at inappropriate times or situations.  Teens have shifting hormones which cause this.  It's just part of the age.  
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hello.  i think  your  fine, im horny  all the  time  too. ont  sweat  it!
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