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Do masterbation once in week. Does it decrease the size or thinning of penis?

hello sir, i do masterbation but it's not regularly. it is like one time masterbation in a week. and in this way it 7 or 10 days in a month and i only do it one time not continuously one after another and i also don't feel weakness. i want to know that will i have the bad effect of it like decreasing in size of penis or thinner of penis
Asked On : Sun, 13 Oct 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Masturbation has both psychological ill effects and it can become an addiction and can also lead to depression.However overall size of the penis is not affected.Over masturbation might result in pain in lower back/legs, premature ejaculation of semen and sometimes isolation from the society.If you feel this is disturbing you can meet a psychiatrist and take his opinion.Hope this helps.Take care.
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