I masturbate by thinking something or looking at pictures or in different poses using different things. I do masturbate frequently till I get pleasure. I am doing this daily for multiple times at home and office. I keep looking at woman's lips when they talk to me and get aroused. I get frustrated if not done and feel very low. I rarely go to sex workers and mostly I do go to the massage parlor. I have not consulted anyone till date. I do not understand the point of repeated activity. Please explain.
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The symptoms you are telling is a sexual addiction, which you need a treatment. It will take approximately 9 months to 18 months for the full course of treatment.
As you have exposure to sex workers too, I want you to get some tests done as you are at a risk of a few viral infections due to such exposure.
The tests I suggest are hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HIV and all by ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay).
I suggest you tablet Fluvoxamine 50 mg at night time. Gradually over the time we will increase the power of medicine till we get a full response. It will take approximately three weeks to realize the response to treatment.
Initially, you can have mild nausea or diarrhea. But, within a few days it will fade and you do not need to be worried about the same. Consult a specialist doctor, discuss with him or her and take the medicine with consent.
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