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Does masturbation cause loss of sperms and physcial illness ?

hi my name is AAAAA i had habituated to do hasthaprayogam thats masturbation now i am 25 years i have this habit when i am at 13years my causin herrased to me that i habituated now my question about that is i may eligible for marriage because i have loss my lot of sporm and also it effects the sparm count and physicall illness like pistulla piles etc any side effects my weight is 58 height 5.5 please suggest YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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Hello. Welcome to hcm.
Masturbation is safe way of pleasuring self with out risk of STD's. When the habit is under control and when there is no addiction to it,it will not have any side effects,either now or later in life. Many studies have shown beneficial effects too. As the sperms are removed,new sperms are produced and can maintain a proper cycle,if not,old sperms remain and may later leak out at night.
I adivce you to stop worrying and continue unless you are too addicted to it. You are eligible for marriage and will not have any ill health.
All the best
Answered: Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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