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Addicted of realising sperm, no interest in sports, becomming lazy. What should i do?

Hello! I am ubaid... my age is onlyy 16 .. i am addicted of realising sperm from last one year... but now i am worried about this because nowadsys i an releasing lot of sperm ... i got no intrests in sports by day i am becomming lazy ... i couldn t study .... my parents are also depressed because they thought that i am smoking weed ... but the actu thing is realising sperm
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM.
You are in the middle of puberty and your hormone levels are raised and it is normal to do what you do and have increased sexuall desire. But sometimes it can lead to addiction as you said and this aint bad until it cause problems in everyday jobs and duties. YOu should seek for psychologic help and I am sure it can make you feel better and pleased. It is hard to focus on studying in this age but you have to think on your future and take responsibility. Wish you good health.
Answered: Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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