Patients come to Manrevive Clinic and discuss general doubts, myths, and misconceptions about masturbation. Lots of patients come to us and ask if we have done mistakes in childhood.
Masturbation should be done gently and one should not do experiments. If this process is done in a very rough way, violently, in the wrong posture, and not in a hygienic condition then it will be a problem. It is a private part so it should be done with respect and gracefully.
If you find pleasure in masturbation and not finding it with your partner then it will be a problem. The major reason is orgasm comes in a very short time. You don’t have to foreplay and don’t need sexual favor from your partner. Masturbation and sexual activity are two different things. They have different roles.
Now here is the answer to many people's question, does masturbation cause erectile dysfunction? If someone has not done masturbation properly and it causes injury to your part then masturbation can cause Erectile dysfunction. If it is done properly then certainly not.
Masturbation guilt is a technical name and a person starts thinking a lot about it. Masturbation guilt is directly affecting your brain. It will lead to psychogenic erectile dysfunction and sexual fantasies are not created rather than anxiety signal is created by the brain. So one should not think about it. Masturbation guilt can be exploited by andrologists also. If you want to talk about it then pls speak to a good andrologist.