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Reversing The Effects of Over Masturbation – A Painful Journey of Recovery

I am 28-years old. I had a healthy and active childhood with very few periods of illness. At 15, I started masturbating everyday, even two to three times a day. At that stage I was perfectly normal with a very high sex drive, a strong erection, and no hint of premature ejaculation. My semen was also copious and thick. I continued my daily schedule. Read more

Is Over Masturbation Bad?

Masturbation is a healthy sexual behavior. Most men limit the activity to three times a week; others tend to go overboard. Like other behaviors, when over practiced, it can lead to psychological and physiological imbalances.
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The Curse of the Weak Erection…is not without a cure…

Many factors must be present for successful sexual intercourse. First and foremost, the presence of a sexual partner is necessary, obviously. Second, and not too far behind in importance, is a man’s firm erection. Read more

Prone Masturbation – What It Is and Why You Need to Stop Doing It

Everyone knows what masturbation is. It's the magic formula for making angels sing and bringing peace to the nations. And from what I've heard, it's also the number one cause of blindness and hairy palms in men—just kidding. At any rate, it's an activity that just about every guy occasionally enjoys, and it's perfectly healthy in moderation. But certain types of masturbation can be hazardous to your health. For instance, you never want to bring your plug-in sex toy into the bathtub with you, and you're going to want to avoid prone masturbation at all costs.
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The Pain of Abstaining - Semen retention can have its own consequences

People aren’t commonly aware that the intentional retention of semen can cause symptoms that are just as bad as those from overmasturbation. A possible consequence of quitting masturbation and sex may be noticeable inflammatory pains in the penis and testicles upon arousal. Read more

Five Ways To Delay an Orgasm - OR “How I Let Her Know I Care”

Did you know it takes the average woman about twelve to fourteen minutes to reach a sexual climax? Somewhat unfortunately, it only takes the average man two to three minutes! The problem faced by me and nearly every other guy is being able to last long enough for our partner to finish. Read more

Is Average Penis Size Good Enough? What Are Effective Formulas Out There?

In regards to penis size, vanity, satisfaction and contentment are all very relevant issues and valid concerns. If you are not happy with the way you look and it’s possible to do something about it, you could not be expected to ignore such an opportunity. It’s not a moral or a medical issue, it really just depends on the individual and what their reasons are for feeling like they need to take the appropriate steps to change and induce growth.
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A Comprehensive Guide to Penis Techniques and Exercises

5,020,000 result pages exist for the keyword “penis enhancement products.” Every day, search engines are archiving pages with these keywords, directing men to websites, making similar guarantees, offering “scientific-based” evidence, and displaying countless user-testimonials about products.
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Penis Size of 5 Inches or Less: A Man’s Guide to Enlargement

A pencil, a book, a large-sized vitamin bottle and a small-sized notepad--what do all of these items have in common? They all measure longer than 5 inches. When you compare your erect penis size to these items, thoughts of depression, embarrassment and low self-esteem start to crowd your mind, but before you let your mind become overtaken by negative thoughts, you can change your situation.

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Girth Versus Length – What Does She Really Prefer?

Here's a debate that you probably won't see on “Meet the Press:” Which is more important for a penis – length or girth? Some guys tend to be short and thick, while other guys are long and narrow.
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