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Most of guys think several questions related to masturbation side effects and premature ejaculation. It is also one of the causes of infertility in men which requires male infertility treatment. Penile fracture is a severe penis problem and treatment is required for proper functioning of the organ.
Guys find it really hard to open up when it comes to debate on topics like masturbation and infertility. Either they are too shy or afraid to put forth their views regarding the pleasure and sensuality. There are nth number of reasons why man find it difficult to talk about it. And the reason which topples the list is 'the risk to be ridiculed'. Masturbation isn’t really dirty or bad rather it is a normal part of everyone life while infertility needs to be addresses to get the treatment on time.
Apart from the above mentioned serious topics guys are also worried about different things. It comprises like if size really matters or if lasting longer is necessary or if you will get pimples and many more. See, even guys are worried about pimples. You can read what all embarrassing questions crosses every guy's mind and he want to ask loudly but cannot.
Below are the queries that crosses every man's mind regarding the aforesaid topic.
All these FAQs which men are shy to ask have been answered here:
FAQ 1 – Will I get pimples if I masturbate?
Umm, no. Pimples has nothing to do with masturbation. Actually, pimples are caused because of bacterial activity on your oily skin. But, it is true that masturbation causes sweating due to the physical activity going in your body. So, if you masturbate under a fan then there is no chance of sweating and eventually no pimples.
FAQ 2 – Erections in the morning? Why?
No matter what your age is, it is very normal to get a boner in the morning if your penis is in a proper condition.
Though there are many reasons for it. One of them is to keep you from wetting the bed and you must’ve observed after peeing, the boner goes away.
FAQ 3 – How to last longer in bed?
Sex is all about enjoyment and pleasure. Be it is guy's insecurity or concern but lasting longer is very necessary. Sex isn’t about getting out of it as soon as possible rather it’s about enjoying. So, getting out in 5 minutes can spoil everything.
To last longer, you must try different methods of masturbating. Start from slow strokes & then shift to faster strokes. Try to ejaculate as late as you can.
FAQ 4 – Does size really matter?
An average penis is about 5-6 inches and an average vagina is about 4-4.7 inches . There is no reason to worry if your partner is happy with what you have.
But if you are really worried and want your query to be answered then it all depends on your female partner. If you can use your penis along with other things then your size isn’t a significant factor.
FAQ 5 – Is it necessary to shave the pubes?
No matter how many naysayers exist but shaving your pubes is necessary for hygienic reasons. Manscaping is necessary for hygienic reasons though it has no scientific backing. And moreover who would want pubes to disturb the joy!
FAQ 6 – Does washing after sex prevents the spread of STDs?
No, not at all. STDs can’t be stopped by any kind of washing. Anyway, what is already done is done and washing it can’t help in any case. STDs can be prevented with the help of condoms or similar coverings worn on vagina. There are other preventive measures too.
FAQ 7 – How often can I masturbate?
Well, there is no fixed answer to this question. As long as you can carry out your daily errands without being affected, it’s fine but addiction is not. Excessive masturbation can make you feel unconscious and can bring dizzy spells. So, masturbation in limit is healthy but excessive can be harmful.
FAQ 8 – Does masturbation increases penis size?
No, it does not increase the size of your penis at all. Masturbation has nothing to do with size man! Moreover, no method can help you increase the size of your penis as it’s genetically determined.
The pills which are available in market for increasing the size of penis can have many adverse effects on your body. Hence, a big 'NO' to such pills.
FAQ 9 – What is premature ejaculation? Is it related to infertility?
Premature ejaculation is when orgasm occurs very early during sexual intercourse. It often disturbs the flow of enjoyment due to early release. Guys, there are two types — first is PRIMARY (temporary one) and other is SECONDARY. If you think you have this disorder then you should consult a doctor.
And if you are too shy to consult a doctor then you can overcome from this disorder by using masturbating techniques like start and stop.
FAQ 10 – Can one have a penile fracture? If yes, what’s the cure?
The answer is YES! Though there is no bone in your penis but it can still get fractured. Positions like ‘ women-on top’ or 'doggie-style' can make you more vulnerable to get a penile fracture. It is necessary to go to a urologist within 24 hrs if you ever experience a penile fracture for the best treatment.
There is no question that is difficult to ask at least for curiosity's sake. Guys have their own list of awkward questions making it easy for the lady to guess as they are not along in this embarrassing list.
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