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Laura asks…

i am 31< single excessive urge of masterbation twice a day? help me control it?

i am an athlete? physically fit and fine. non vegetarian . does non veg increase desire for sex.

answers:

Masturbation is a natural habit with Male teenagers. Female masturbation is called Fingering.
First of all you should know that your private part is not made of metal and shall not be used roughly, whenever you want and in whatever manner you want. Continuous masturbation in men will certainly leads to unwanted curvature of penis (it depends on which hand and how much roughly u r using on your private part). Some times, men may fracture their penis due to wrong postures too which becomes a major problem. Later they may face loss of quality sperms in seminal fluid which leads to infertility, due to excess masturbation. Hence, it is better to put an end to masturbation and control this habit for your future happiness.
(In women, their clitoris is the pleasure giving part and highly sensitive one. It looses its sensitivity due to rough use of their fingers on clitoris. Later they may not get normal pleasure or orgasm in intercourse)
As a good suggestion, please keep a K-Y lubricating jelly (which is available in all medical shops) or coconut oil to apply on your penis & palm before masturbation to avoid roughness in friction between palm and the penis. To some extent this will help u avoiding damage to your penis. It is still better if u use a pre-lubricated condoms during masturbation. MASTURBATION ONCE OR TWICE A WEEK IS ACCEPTABLE.
Please take care of your penis, as WITHOUT THIS VITAL PART YOU ARE DEAD TO THIS WORLD as you cannot enjoy the pleasure of sex. Mind you, Penis is not replaceable by surgery. Hence avoid safeless sex with women of all kinds to avoid getting venereal diseases.
POSITIVE EFFECTS OF MASTURBATION
Moderate masturbating can actually render positive effects like reducing stress and anxiety and promoting the production of ‘endorphin’ hormone. Endorphin is considered ‘feel good hormones’ as it brightens up the mood of an individual. Thus, increased amount of endorphin would mean lively mood and high spirits. Besides, this particular hormone is also said to be beneficial for a man’s prostate.
NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF MASTURBATION
Excessive masturbation creates a problem when one reaches a point where he does not have any sperms to ejaculate and thus, blood takes over. It affects orgasm too. Psychologically, it leads to the issue of obsessive compulsive disorder of masturbating all the time with little or no life. The adverse effect on a relationship and the corresponding spouse is rather obvious.
TIPS TO QUIT MASTURBATION
-Pamper your hobbies by spending more time in doing what you like. Indulge in outdoor activities, adventure sports and other similar activities that can help you keep your mind off from masturbating.
-Avoid watching *p-o-r-n movies, sex magazines or any other form of sexual material.
-Try to have a busy and tiring schedule so that by the end of the day you can fall asleep early.

Betty asks…

I am 17 yrs old guy and I have been masturbate once everyday for four months, is there any negative effects ?

well here is my story, in everyday I wake up I swear that I won’t masturbate that day but too bad; I change my mind at the night before sleeping . I always feel hungry and weak after doing so; I don’t watch porn but all wat I watch are anime tickling pics and videos, and also some real tickling films . tickling is my fetish so that’s why

answers:

Masturbation is a natural habit with Male teenagers. Female masturbation is called Fingering.
First of all you should know that your private part is not made of metal and shall not be used roughly, whenever you want and in whatever manner you want. Continuous masturbation in men will certainly leads to unwanted curvature of penis (it depends on which hand and how much rough u r on your penis). Some times, men may fracture their penis due to wrong techniques too, which becomes a major problem. Later they may face loss of quality sperms in seminal fluid which leads to infertility, due to excess masturbation. Hence, it is better to put an end to masturbation and control this habit for your future happiness.
(In women, their clitoris is the pleasure giving part and highly sensitive one. It looses its sensitivity due to rough use of their fingers on clitoris. Later they may not get normal pleasure or orgasm in intercourse).
As a good suggestion, please keep a K-Y lubricating jelly (which is available in all medical shops) or coconut oil to apply on your penis & palm before masturbation to avoid roughness in friction between palm and Penis. To some extent this will help u avoiding damage to your penis. It is advisable to use a pre-lubricated condoms during masturbation, which helps to avoid spillage of semen all over the area. Masturbation Once or twice a week is acceptable.
Please take care of your penis, as without this vital part you are dead to this world. Mind you, Penis is not replaceable by surgery. Hence avoid safeless sex with women of all kinds to avoid getting venereal diseases.
Positive Effects of Masturbation
Moderate masturbating can actually render positive effects like reducing stress and anxiety and promoting the production of ‘endorphin’ hormone. Endorphin is considered ‘feel good hormones’ as it brightens up the mood of an individual. Thus, increased amount of endorphin would mean lively mood and high spirits. Besides, this particular hormone is also said to be beneficial for a man’s prostate.
Negative Effects of Masturbation
Excessive masturbation creates a problem when one reaches a point where he does not have any sperms to ejaculate and thus, blood takes over. It affects orgasm too. Psychologically, it leads to the issue of obsessive compulsive disorder of masturbating all the time with little or no life. The adverse effect on a relationship and the corresponding spouse is rather obvious.
Tips to Quit Masturbation
-Pamper your hobbies by spending more time in doing what you like. Indulge in outdoor activities, adventure sports and other similar activities that can help you keep your mind off from masturbating.
-Avoid watching *p-o-r-n movies, sex magazines or any other form of sexual material.
-Try to have a busy and tiring schedule so that by the end of the day you can fall asleep early.

Jenny asks…

how do i go about getting a castration?

Hi im a transvestite and would like to have it done so that i can dress nicely without the unfortunate bulge showing

answers:

First, I would like to clarify that there are two types of castration: surgical and chemical castration. Surgical castration is the actual removal of the testicles and is irreversible. Chemical castration consists of giving anti-androgens and/or estrogens and produces similar changes in body habitus. The great advantage of using anti-androgens is the reversibility of the procedure, allowing you to experiment with the other effects of castration before undergoing an irreversible surgery, if you ever choose to do so.

A subject of castration before the onset of puberty will retain a high voice, non-muscular build, and small genitals. They may also be taller than average. The person may not grow pubic hair and will have a small sex drive or none at all. This type of individual was previously referred to as an eunuch.

However, castrations after the onset of puberty –as it is the case with you- will typically reduce the sex drive considerably or eliminate it altogether, but will not change your voice. Your height will not be affected in most cases, while infertility and a small decrease in body strenght and muscle mass are typical changes. Some individuals report mood changes –such as depression- and a modest decrease in body hair, though this does not always occur. Finally, castration may prevent male pattern baldness if it is done before hair is lost.

To answer your question more specifically : in Canada, in order to have any sex reassignment surgery you need to be referred to a gender reassignment surgeon by a psychiatrist. Again, the 2110 Centre keeps a list of trans-friendly counselors who will help you navigate through this process. Psychiatrists often require you to undergo a year of psychotherapy and/or “real-life test” (living as a person of the opposite sex) before they begin any sex change procedures.

It might be helpful for you to know that recently the WPATH (World Professional Association for Transgender Health) modified its guidelines and now recommends completion of 3 months –as opposed to one year- of “real life experience” OR psychotherapy for a duration specified by a mental health professional (usually minimum of 3 months) prior to hormonal therapy. For genital surgery, the WPATH suggests the following criteria: 1) having been on hormones for > 12 months (if needing and medically able to take hormones) 2) having gone through at least 1 year of real life experience 3) having completed any psychotherapy required by the mental health professional (variable, between 3 months and 1 year).

Finally, I wanted to mention that there are different kinds of MtF (male-to-female) surgery apart from castration. You can get breast implants and/or undergo vaginal reconstruction. As these surgeries –including castration- are often technically difficult, it is important to get referred to a specialized center where these operations are performed regularly. This can insure better outcome and a lesser rate of complications. In Montreal, one of these highly specialized and private hospitals is the Clinique de chirurgie esthétique St-Joseph, or St-Joseph Plastic Surgery Clinic.

Hopefully, this has helped you assess whether you truly want castration as well as how to proceed if you choose to undergo this procedure.

Mark asks…

i start masterbate at the age of 7.now my penis is too small…plz help me?

i dont know how i learned to masterbate,but it started when i was a child and when i know what is masterbation i start controlling myself but i think it was too late now im of age 20 and my penis get sqweezed…i cant hav any gf bcoz i afraid of my size n im totally lonely…plz help me

answers:

Masturbation is a natural habit with Male teenagers. Female masturbation is called Fingering.
First of all you should know that your private part is not made of metal and shall not be used roughly, whenever you want and in whatever manner you want. Continuous masturbation in men will certainly leads to unwanted curvature of penis (it depends on which hand and how much rough u r on your penis). Some times, men may fracture their penis due to wrong techniques too, which becomes a major problem. Later they may face loss of quality sperms in seminal fluid which leads to infertility, due to excess masturbation. Hence, it is better to put an end to masturbation and control this habit for your future happiness.
(In women, their clitoris is the pleasure giving part and highly sensitive one. It looses its sensitivity due to rough use of their fingers on clitoris. Later they may not get normal pleasure or orgasm in intercourse).
As a good suggestion, please keep a K-Y lubricating jelly (which is available in all medical shops) or coconut oil to apply on your penis & palm before masturbation to avoid roughness in friction between palm and Penis. To some extent this will help u avoiding damage to your penis. It is advisable to use a pre-lubricated condoms during masturbation, which helps to avoid spillage of semen all over the area. Masturbation Once or twice a week is acceptable.
Please take care of your penis, as without this vital part you are dead to this world. Mind you, Penis is not replaceable by surgery. Hence avoid safeless sex with women of all kinds to avoid getting venereal diseases.
Positive Effects of Masturbation
Moderate masturbating can actually render positive effects like reducing stress and anxiety and promoting the production of ‘endorphin’ hormone. Endorphin is considered ‘feel good hormones’ as it brightens up the mood of an individual. Thus, increased amount of endorphin would mean lively mood and high spirits. Besides, this particular hormone is also said to be beneficial for a man’s prostate.
Negative Effects of Masturbation
Excessive masturbation creates a problem when one reaches a point where he does not have any sperms to ejaculate and thus, blood takes over. It affects orgasm too. Psychologically, it leads to the issue of obsessive compulsive disorder of masturbating all the time with little or no life. The adverse effect on a relationship and the corresponding spouse is rather obvious.
Tips to Quit Masturbation
-Pamper your hobbies by spending more time in doing what you like. Indulge in outdoor activities, adventure sports and other similar activities that can help you keep your mind off from masturbating.
-Avoid watching *p-o-r-n movies, sex magazines or any other form of sexual material.
-Try to have a busy and tiring schedule so that by the end of the day you can fall asleep early.

The size of an erect penis can be anything from 2″ or more. Unlike those baby blues, penis size, thickness and shape are not genetic. Penises are actually formed in uterus when those wild and crazy male hormones kick in. It is the will of Mother Nature.
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Daniel asks…

Will a person with a Varicocele can still be able to produce offsprings?

answers:

To treat or not?

Whether or not a varicocele causes infertility is a contentious issue. The recent Cochrane Database Systematic Review of eight randomised controlled trials on this topic suggests, that there may be no improvement in fertility after treating a varicocele. The article implies that even the existence of a reliable causal link between the presence of a varicocele and infertility in males is questionable.[8]

A small prospective study (n=322) however, suggests that varicocele correction aimed at restoring fertility appears to be most appropriate for men whose infertility extends beyond 2 years. These data suggest that varicocele correction at 1 year of infertility does not result in a significantly higher pregnancy rate than that achieved by men with uncorrected varicocele.

Possible treatment

Sewn up wound after varicocele surgery
Varicocelectomy, the surgical correction of a varicocele, is performed on an outpatient basis.[10] The three most common approaches are inguinal (groin), retroperitoneal (abdominal), and infrainguinal/subinguinal (below the groin). Various other techniques may be used. Ice packs should be kept to the area for the first 24 hours after surgery to reduce swelling. The patient may be advised to wear a scrotal support for some time after surgery.
Possible complications of this procedure include hematoma (bleeding into tissues), hydrocele (accumulation of fluid around the affected testicle), infection, or injury to the scrotal tissue or structures. In addition, injury to the artery that supplies the testicle may occur.

In the Gat-Goren nonsurgical method for treating varicoceles, performed under local anesthesia, a catheter is inserted through a vein in the upper thigh. Fluid injected through the catheter selectively closes off the malfunctioning veins, thus enabling the testicular tissues to recover and begin to produce normal sperm in normal amounts. The procedure lasts one to two hours and causes almost no discomfort. The patient can return to his regular routine in about 5 days

Ruth asks…

after having septum uterus surgery did you get pregnant?

seeing a new infertility specialist who told me i had a septate uterus, don’t’ know why this was not discovered earlier, i have had every investigation possible. he will not perform ivf until i have this surgery done. just wondering how successful this surgery has been for others. thanks

answers:

A very close friend of mine had a septate uterus and had surgery to correct it. The surgery was a success and they were given the go ahead for IVF with “a fair chance” of success. They did 2 rounds of IVF but were unsuccessful. They had concurrently begun the adoption process and they were matched with an infant just 1 month after their second failed IVF. They said they would do IVF again for #2 in the future, but as of yet they have not. Their adopted baby is 18 months now and as far as I know, they are not ttc #2 just yet.

I don’t know if there were any other issues to their infertility, specifically male issues (don’t know if he had a normal sperm count or not). He is in his 50’s, but she is well within “fertile” age limits.

Good luck!

Paul asks…

How can i increase my spam count?

answers:

Its sperm count..

The three major causes for lack of sperm production are hormonal problems, testicular failure, and varicocoele.
Hormonal problems

Pituitary hormones stimulate the testes to produce sperm. If these hormones are absent or decreased, the testes will not produce sperm in the optimum numbers. Androgens or steroids, taken either by mouth or by injection for body building, lowers the production of hormones necessary for sperm production.

Testicular failure

This generally refers to the inability of the testicle to make adequate numbers of mature sperm. The failure may occur at any stage in sperm production for a number of reasons. The testicle may completely lack specific cells (the seminiferous epithelium) that divide to become sperm or the sperm may not be able to complete their development. The latter may be caused by genetic abnormalities, hormonal factors, or varicocoeles.

Varicocoele

Varicocoeles are dilated veins in the scrotum (comparable to a varicose veins in the leg), which become dilated, and blood does not drain properly. This allows extra blood to pool in the scrotum, which has a negative effect on sperm production. This condition is the most common reversible cause of male infertility and may be corrected by surgery.

After a thorough evaluation is made, the doctor can determine whether hormone treatment (rarely beneficial), microsurgical correction of a blockage, or retrieval of sperm for in vitro fertilization and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (IVF-ICSI) might offer the possibility of success.

ICSI is an acronym for Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection. It is a form of Assisted Reproductive Technique wherein under high magnification the sperm is introduced within the cytoplasm of the egg. ICSI involves injection of a single sperm in to single egg in order to get fertilization. If there has been failure of IVF more than twice, those having low sperm count with low motility, and azoospermia, ICSI can be attempted with sperm collected surgically.

Most men facing semen analysis fear the diagnosis of azoospermia. They should be aware that the diagnosis does not necessarily mean that the testes produce no sperm or can never be made to produce sperm and that they will never have a biological child. Accurately diagnosing azoospermia is a complicated process, but one that is clearly necessary before treatment begins.

Mary asks…

i gave birth 5 weeks ago and i want to know what is the best contraceptive?

that i can use i am breastfeeding and i amon breastfeeding . i am planning on iud but can’t take hormonal iud and the copper iud they say makes u bleed couple of month i am going to wait for a month or two till then what shuld i use

answers:

The first choice of birth control for nursing mothers is non-hormonal methods. This includes condom use, which has the advantages of being readily available, and having no effect on breastfeeding. Condoms can be very effective if used correctly. Condoms offer some protection against STDS (sexually transmitted diseases) and have no risks to the mother or child, but can be irritating to vaginal tissue and may require additional lubrication.

Diaphragms also have no effect on breastfeeding, and can be very effective if used correctly. Their effectiveness depends on use with a spermicide, and they must be re-fitted after the baby is born and the uterus has returned to its pre-pregnancy size.

Spermicides have no effect on breastfeeding, and can be very effective if used according to instructions. They may be irritating to the vagina and to the male partner. Spermicides are not known to pass into the milk and affect the baby in any way.

IUDs have no effect on breastfeeding, and are very effective. There is a possible risk of expulsion or uterine perforation if the device is not properly placed or is inserted before 6 weeks postpartum.

Permanent methods such as vasectomy and tubal ligation have no effect on breastfeeding and are nearly 100% effective. These methods are considered irreversible, and should only be considered if no more children are desired. If these methods are considered, counseling is recommended for couples. Vasectomy is considered minor surgery with minimal side effects. Tubal ligation may involve short-term mother-infant separation, and has risks, as all surgery does. Anesthesia may pass into breastmilk and sedate the baby. As a general rule, tubal ligation has more risks for the mother and is considered more complicated surgery than vasectomy is for the father.

The other non-hormonal method of birth control is natural family planning. This method involves learning the signs and symptoms of infertility, and may require extended periods of abstinence. It has no effect on breastfeeding, and can be very effective if used correctly. Because it may be difficult to interpret signs of fertility during breastfeeding, this method may require additional training in order to interpret the symptoms of fertility during lactation.

If the nursing mother chooses to use a hormonal method of birth control, the second choice is progestin only methods, such as Norplant (implants), mini-pills, or injectables (Depo-Provera). All of these methods can be very effective, and may even increase milk volume. Although some of the progestin hormone may enter the breastmilk, there is no evidence of adverse effects from the small amount of hormone that passes into the milk. It is recommended that the use of progestin-only hormones be delayed for at least six weeks post-partum due to the possibility of the hormones interfering with the early establishment of lactation.

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