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Going to practice celibacy. Any problem as imagination can build up fluid, exert pressure on prostate and leak with urine.

I am 22 male, I am going to practise celibacy for some reasons... so i just want to know whether I am going to face some problem or not because I have read that even imagination can build up fluid in prostate and it will exert pressure on prostate and even fluid can leak with urine...please make me clear about it
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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Hi,you are 22years of age, You are going to abstinate from sex for some reason. The majarity of the people are studying, or unmarried, till theage of 35 years. most of them are abstenate, till they are married.
What you experience is the spilling of the spermatozoa, or the secretions of the prostate, they naturally pass out in their way out.
so unless you are searching for a reason to come out, it wont harm you, and you can continue.
Thank you.
Answered: Thu, 7 Nov 2013
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