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Foreskin of penis removed after a month of masturbation. Now, do not get erections at all, enlarged penis. Suggestions?

i am 23 years old . I started masturbating at the age of 16. after 1 month I started masturbating my fore skin was removed. and the time it removed I felt sudden lose in erections...than I started masturbating by taking my from the side of my underwear that make it temorarly hard. I did it for 3 years till I was 19..afte that I realized what have I done.. that I started masturbating normally but felt that erections are getting weak with time ..my hips started paining..now I get almost nil erections..my penis size has suddenly enlarged a month before..feel like my nerves are getting damaged..pls help
Asked On : Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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Dear aaachin.singla, Please make it clear that neither Masturbation nor circumcision i. e. your foreskin removal operation has any bad effects on your body, your penis nothing . what appears you enjoyed your Masturbation in a particular way. its OK in your teenage now as a grown up male you are not getting much of excitement with this and now instead of getting excited you are much worried about your penile shape and erections, consult a sex counsellor he will examine and understand you and will advice you accordingly and don't get stressed it is big killer of your erections.
Answered: Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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