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To this day doctor probably doesn't understand why I cracked up laughing at his explanation? I had just been cut off from sex with my wife - we were in fact getting a divorce - and I was returning to Vietnam for a second year. But I was returning to Vietnam a much wiser person.
I had, it turned out, made a serious mistake when I originally determined to remain "faithful to my wife, to include even no masturbation." Oh, being "physically faithful" was not a bad decision, but carrying it to point of not even masturbating had been. Once a man becomes accustomed to regular sex he cannot just stop for an extended period of time. As I have learned over years, long-term results can be devastating.
First, I had years and years of bouts of prostatitis, blockage of prostate accompanied usually with an infection that took medication to get rid of. And in my later years it has led to near-total impotence.
Being separated from one's spouse for an extended period of time is a very good reason to remain celibate; but it is not a reason to become stupid about male health and possible adverse results of both no sex and no masturbation.
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