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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
|problemguy - Thu Oct 29, 2009 5:25 am||
Hello Doc!...im 17...ive been masturbating since i was 12 and im still doing it every day...at first i used to do i 3-4 times a day or even more but ive controlled it to once a day.My problem is that my right testicle is very small,testicle hernia.i never had it before but i feel it hapened due to excess of masturbation.but it doesnt pain in my testcles n i masturbate regularly.my question is that is there a cure to it only surgically or can it be naturally.n is masturbation the cause of it?.Also i ejaculate in less than a minute n wen i leave masturbayion say 20 days,still i cum very quickly.could u suggest me any safe medicine or nythng to get bettter nd have harder erections.please Help me doc n please reply me soon.Thanks
|Dr.M.Aroon kamath - Sat Oct 31, 2009 9:09 am||
I do not understand what you mean by testicle hernia.
Masturbation should not usually produce a reduction in size of the testicle. One has to seek other explanations.
As far as erections and ejaculations are concerned,lay off and get some well deserved rest for sometime.Concentrate on other activities.
This will give time for your genitourinary system to cope and get back to normalcy.Good luck!
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