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The Downside of Excessive Masturbation

Excessive masturbation, like any behavior taken to an extreme, can have potential downsides. It’s important to note that what constitutes “excessive” can vary from person to person, and what might be excessive for one individual might not be the same for another. However, some common potential downsides of excessive masturbation include:

Physical repercussions
Frequent and vigorous masturbation can lead to soreness, chafing, and irritation of the genital area. In extreme cases, it may cause injuries such as penile fractures or Peyronie’s disease, though these are relatively rare.

Negative impact on sexual function
Some individuals who engage in excessive masturbation might find it difficult to achieve or maintain an erection or have difficulty reaching orgasm during sexual intercourse with a partner. This is often referred to as “sexual desensitization” or “death grip syndrome.”

Emotional and psychological effects
In some cases, excessive masturbation can lead to feelings of guilt, shame, or anxiety, especially if an individual believes their behavior is out of control or interfering with other aspects of their life.

Relationship issues
If masturbation becomes a preferred alternative to intimate interactions with a partner, it can potentially lead to relationship problems or a decrease in sexual satisfaction for both partners.

Impact on daily life
Spending excessive amounts of time on masturbation can interfere with other activities and responsibilities, such as work, school, social life, or hobbies.

Addiction-like behavior
In rare cases, some individuals may develop compulsive masturbation habits that resemble addiction, leading to difficulties in stopping or controlling the behavior.

The potential downsides mentioned above generally arise when it becomes excessive or starts to negatively impact an individual’s physical or emotional well-being.

If you or someone you know is experiencing negative consequences due to excessive masturbation or any sexual behavior, it may be helpful to seek guidance from a medical professional or a mental health expert. They can provide personalized advice and support to address any concerns.

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Online consultations usually involve video calls, phone calls or using messaging platforms to communicate with the doctor.

You can get medical advice and treatment for all types of male and female sexual problems and sexually transmitted diseases.

Our doctor can help determine the underlying cause and recommend appropriate treatment options, which may include medication, therapy, lifestyle changes, or a combination of approaches.

During online consultations, individuals can discuss their symptoms and medical concerns, or seek advice on sexual health issues. The doctor may ask questions to gather relevant information about the person’s condition and medical history.

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Male sexual problems can include a variety of issues that may affect a man’s ability to engage in sexual activity or experience sexual satisfaction. Here are some common male sexual problems:

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
Also known as impotence, ED is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. It can have physical causes such as underlying health conditions, hormonal imbalances, or psychological factors.

Premature ejaculation (PE)
PE refers to ejaculation that occurs before or shortly after penetration, often before the man’s wishes. This can be due to psychological factors, relationship issues, or physical sensitivity.

Delayed Ejaculation
This is a condition where a man has difficulty achieving ejaculation, or ejaculation is delayed significantly, making it difficult to complete sexual activity. There can be psychological or physical reasons for this.

Low libido
Also known as low sex drive, this refers to a lack of sexual desire or interest in engaging in sexual activities. It can be influenced by physical factors such as hormonal imbalance or psychological factors such as stress or relationship problems.

Performance anxiety
This is a psychological condition where a man experiences fear or anxiety about his sexual performance, leading to difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection, premature ejaculation, or other sexual problems.

It is important to note that both physical and psychological factors can contribute to many male sexual problems. If you are facing any of these problems, it is advisable to consult our doctor who is an expert in sexual health.

Female sexual problems refer to a wide range of difficulties or concerns that may affect a woman’s ability to experience sexual satisfaction or engage in satisfactory sexual activity. These problems can have many causes, including physical, psychological, and interpersonal factors. Here are some common types of female sexual problems:

Low sexual desire (hypoactive sexual desire disorder)
This refers to a persistent or recurring lack of interest in or desire for sexual activity. It can be affected by hormonal changes, relationship issues, stress, or certain medical conditions.

Female sexual arousal disorder
This involves difficulties in becoming sexually aroused or maintaining arousal during sexual activity. This can result in insufficient lubrication, decreased genital sensation, and difficulty reaching orgasm.

Orgasmic disorders
Some women may have difficulty reaching orgasm, a condition called anorgasmia, even when they are sexually aroused and engaged in sexual activity. It can be primary (lifelong) or secondary (acquired).

Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)
This refers to persistent or recurring pain experienced before, during, or after intercourse. This can be due to various factors such as vaginal dryness, infection, endometriosis, pelvic floor muscle problems, or emotional factors.

This is characterised by involuntary contraction of the muscles around the outer third of the vagina, making penetration painful or impossible. It is often associated with anxiety or fear of pain during intercourse.

Sexual aversion disorder
This is an extreme and persistent fear, aversion, or avoidance of sexual contact or activities. It may be related to traumatic experiences, negative beliefs about sex, or psychological factors.

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), also known as sexually transmitted infections (STIs), are infections that are spread primarily through sexual contact, including vaginal, anal, or oral sex. These infections can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or parasites. Here are some common sexually transmitted diseases:

This is one of the most common bacterial STIs caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis. It can easily spread during vaginal, anal, or oral sex. If left untreated, it can lead to serious health complications, especially in women.

Gonorrhoea caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae can be spread through sexual contact with an infected person. It mainly affects the genital area, but can also infect the rectum, throat, and eyes. If it is not treated it can cause serious health problems.

Syphilis, caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum, can be spread through sexual contact, which includes vaginal, anal, or oral sex. It progresses in stages and if left untreated, it can cause a variety of symptoms, affecting different parts of the body.

It is important to practice safe sex by using condoms consistently and correctly, getting tested regularly, and discussing sexual health with your partner and healthcare provider. If you suspect you have an STI, it is important to seek medical attention for diagnosis and treatment and to prevent further transmission.

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The highly skilled doctors at Dr. Roy Medical Hall provide the most effective treatment, counseling with the splendid properties of Unani and Ayurvedic medicines for sexual difficulties caused by chronic stress, obesity, smoking, regular alcohol consumption, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, indigestion, weak metabolism, excessive masturbation, and lack of exercise.

Our medications are made with proficient knowledge and the latest scientific technology to regularise the blood circulation in penile nerves and also to increase testosterone count to the desired level without any side effects and in turn, take the sexual desire to infinite heights.

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Erectile dysfunction is very common… 52% of men aged 30 to 65 have some degree of erectile dysfunction… It can affect men of all ages.

Premature ejaculation is very common. Recent studies show that three out of ten sexually active men are affected by this problem.

Our doctor’s goal is to achieve a long-term effect that focuses on a curative approach through short-term treatments that address the condition rather than treating the symptoms with lifelong use of medication.

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