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I am having a habit to masturbate in a week 3-4 times, and now on december my marriage has been fixed, I want to stop this habit and I also want to, after how many days I can marry.

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Hi, Lybrate user, go for meditation to reduce your urge to masturbate keeping your nerves calm  to sustain withdrawal syndrome of masturbation, fast,if any. •divert your attention ,whenever you feel urge for masturbation, go to library, meet your bossom friends in order to check masturbation. You should  restrict this injurious habit as soon as possible in order to father a baby, in future. Consult, privetly for a better and fast recovery, till, then  take, homoeopathic medicine, underlying,please. @ alfalfaq -10 drops,  thrice with little water. Avoid, junkfood,  alcohol & nicotine. Tk,  care.
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There is no correlation between the two. As masturbation has no side effects. There are many myths about masturbation. Even though many of these have been debunked several times, they seem to resurface time and time again. Most claims about masturbation are not backed up by science. There is often no scientific evidence to show that masturbation causes any of the adverse effects suggested. Masturbating won't make you blind, crazy, or stupid. It won’t damage your genitals, cause pimples, or stunt your growth. Masturbation will not cause: blindness hairy palms impotence later in life erectile dysfunction penis shrinkage penis curvature low sperm count infertility mental illness physical weakness some couples worry that their relationship must be unsatisfying if either one of them masturbates; this, too, is a myth.
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