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august.burns.shred
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I think this question goes here lol

okay, I'm a girl and I masturbate a lot, (around 8 times a day at the most!) I can have multiple orgasms back to back.

I just want to know, are too many orgasms unhealthy? are there any health risks...?

thanks!

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Heather
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Nope and nope. [Smile]

Really with something like this what you just want to make sure of is that however often you masturbate (or have sex, or do anything at all in your life), it's not taking so much of your time and energy that your life gets out of balance and you find yourself unable to do the other things in it you need and want to do.

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