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Masturbation

Masturbation is the act of stimulating yourself by touching your own genitals for the purpose of sexual pleasure.

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Is it safe to masturbate daily?

Query: Hello Doctor,  I masturbate daily.  Is it safe ? Will it cause any problem?  Read Full »


Dr. Velusamy Madathupalayam Palansamy

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com Masturbation is absolutely safe. Other than giving pleasure it also helps in relieving stress. It depends on the number of times you do it. The reason is that it should not become an addiction. Once you are addicted, psychological intervention might be needed. Ver...  Read Full »

Can pre-cum cause pregnancy and do women ejaculate semen?

Query: Hello doctor, I have certain doubts regarding sex. 1. Like men ejaculate semen in masturbation, do women also ejaculate semen in their masturbation? This 'female ejaculation' is the same as what comes out when they have their periods, right? 2. Her period ejaculation is different, her masturbat...  Read Full »


Dr. Velusamy Madathupalayam Palansamy

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I went through your query. 1. Sexual act has the maximum pleasure known as orgasm. This is marked in men by ejaculation. Likely females also have orgasms. But they do not ejaculate. There will be vaginal secretion which lubricates the vagina during intercourse. 2...  Read Full »

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