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Short Answer Masturbating does not decrease fertility or sex drive Long Answer Historically, masturbation was discouraged for a variety of reasons including the thought that it lead to mental health problems. However, that was disproved. The abstract of Coleman, E. (2003) states Research on masturbation has indicated that, contrary to traditional ...


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Lifelong abstainance from masterbation is completely safe. As @Noah said in his comment, there are plenty of celibate people out there with no adverse health from their life choice. Even though sperm is constantly being produced, dead sperm will be shed after time anyway. See my answer to a similar question at Effects of masturbation on Health. I have ...


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There are no relevant researches that links the two things. Moreover, some specialists say that masturbation can prevent, or at least decrease, the risk of develop a prostate cancer. Keep in mind that these are new studies, so data are too few to create a rule. With the informations that researchers obtain, they can say that the risk is reduced (1). But as I ...


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Let's start with your assumptions. You say that "We all know that pornography can be highly addictive." But in fact, porn addiction is not a recognized diagnosis in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. In addition, in November 2016, the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) issued a position ...


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Sexual function is human biology. It is complex with aspects that are psychological + neurological + hormonal + vascular + etc. It's all interwoven. Therefore, beyond chemical castration* (which as mentioned above is a harsh and drastic measure), the answer is no - at least not reliably, as decreased libido is only a potential side effect of some ...


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