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so okay heres a question. If a male decides not to masturbate or have sex. what will happen? could he eventually have prostate problems? Is it something he HAS to do or can males go long peroids of time without masturbating?
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There's no medical reason for masturbation TO occur, really. You're not going to have a massive buildup of sperm or anything. After a certain point, the sperm will be reabsorbed into your body, and your body will continue to function normally.

There's no harm in NOT masturbating, just the same as there's no harm IN masturbating.

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