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Masturbation leads to BP and breathing problem?

Will over masterbation lead to Blood pressure and breathing problems??? i m masterbating daily for the past 5 years. atleast 2 hrs a day by showing it to my online friends on webcam. offlate i felt breathing & BP issue. I undergone a surgery for sinus . Even after that i have BP of 90/140 with breathing problem still. i m 29 years old. Is this all because of excessive masterbation? Thanks in advance for ur answers.r
Asked On : Sat, 6 Oct 2012
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Dear ruggerdesparado, There is no direct relation with your BP and breathing problem - to Masturbation. your breathing problem may be due to your sinus problem may be you are with devated nasal septum giving you breathing difficulty along with shouting 2 hrs on webcame may raise your BP and hperventilation required to shout may give breathing problem not the masturbation itself.
Answered: Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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