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I've been arguing with my friends lately about "blue balls" and whether or not it's a real condition. If I remember correctly from health class, it's not. Yes, it sucks if a guy doesn't finish, but that doesn't mean that he's going to be in excruciating pain. My friends on the other hand insist that it's a real condition and that I couldn't possibly know what I'm talking about because I've never had sex. Who is right?
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This article should answer all your questions: FBI Files: Vasocongestion, AKA: Blue Balls

(If it doesn't, come on back and ask about anything you still find confusing.)

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