Sir, Due to being in bad friend circle & improper knowledge I started masturbating early in the age of 13, almost 2-3-4 times a day, sometime having gaps of 2-3 days. But as I remember it was regular. Now I am 21+ & suffering from lots of problems.
I feel isolated from community, keep away myself from females & not making any female as friend (gynofobia). It is very horrible for me to talk with any stranger girl or a women. Even i feel unsafe to share some words with my sister & keep myself detached from her making her angry & other relatives.
The main trouble is that now I masturbate as less as 2-3 times a month, but from last 4-5 years i feel pain in my penis, It ejaculates almost half a minute after erection. Loss of perception and interest in any work specially studies. I suffer daily from headache but sleep a lot even 12 hours a day.
Because i get ejaculated just half a minute after ejaculation, I m suffering from phobia that I won’t be able to satisfy my partner for that 15-20 minutes sexual act, because i get over in just one minute.(I have never had sex with any partner, I m still virgin)
My penis has not grown properly & after total erection its length is between 3-4 inches.
So i have decided not to marry in my life so that i won’t trouble others.
All these problems have arise due to very early & uncontrolled masturbation at age of 13 and for longer.
So it will be a great pleasure for me & lots blessings for u if u understand my problem & suggest me that what should i do now (I have almost 90 % control on desire of masturbation right now).
Waiting fro ur reply….Thank you.
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