Aug 12, 2006
I am really involved in masterbation for the past 5 years.Can this enable me to get children in future?(infertility). Is there any effects related to this?
Response from Dr. Frascino
". . . really involved in masturbation for the past 5 years . . ."??? WOW! You've got stamina! "Can this enable me to get children in the future?" Well, no. technically speaking you'll need to have sex with someone other than "Mrs. Palm and her 5 daughters" in order to produce offspring. Are there "any effects related to masturbation?" Hmmm . . . well yes, but you've probably experienced all these already. For instance:
1. Rapid shallow breathing, which increases in tempo as you reach the point of no return.
2. Involuntarily yelling "oh god, oh god, oh god, OHHHHH GODDDD . . . AUGHHHH!
3. Sticky fingers.
To seriously answer your questions:
1. Masturbation does not affect one's ability to conceive children. (No link to fertility or infertility.)
2. There are no detrimental effects from burping the nephew, except perhaps being yelled at by Mom for locking yourself in the bathroom for protracted periods of time.
Your questions do point out once again the astounding failure of our current sex education efforts!
Relax, guy. Enjoy your home entertainment center.
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