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Question: sex related to heart

 para20042006 - Sun May 22, 2005 5:02 am


thank u for replying for my earlier question.
i have following problem........

i masturbate daily 2 times. is it good for health.

is it natural process. should i have to do it?.
some people say that is is natural phenomena and even if i did not
do that manually it automatically ejects during night time.

my doubt is wheter doing that is exercise and also is it good for heart.
because i am feeling guilty whenever i do that .
the reason is lack of sex education.
so please suggest any web bsaed books that will clearly explains sex.
 Shannon Morgan, CMA - Thu Jun 02, 2005 1:44 pm

User avatar Masturbation is not only safe - it's healthy. There is nothing wrong with it; it's as natural as sex, so don't feel guilty.

How old are you? Have you talked about sex with your parents?

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