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Is withholding ejaculation for a long time a reason to get tachycardia ?

Can withholding ejaculation for long period of time damage vas deference and cause sterility? I am 14 and masturbate 4-5 times a week(started a year ago) I use stop and start method. when i am about to ejaculate i stop, then start again and so on. this sometimes carries on for an hour before i ejaculate. I also get tachycardias.is this the cause? Can this way of masturbation damage vas deferens and cause sterility
Wed, 11 Jan 2012
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Hello friend.
The method you described will never cause any damage to vas deference or sterility.
So, dont worry about it.
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