Date: February 03, 2019
“No, masturbation cannot cause ED — it is a myth.
Masturbation is natural and does not affect the quality or frequency of erections.
Research shows that masturbation is very common across all ages. Approximately 74 percent of males reported masturbating, compared to 48.1 percent of females.
Masturbation even has health benefits. According to Planned Parenthood, masturbation can help release tension, reduce stress, and aid sleep.
A person may not be able to get an erection soon after masturbating. This is called the male refractory period and is not the same as ED. A male refractory period is the recovery time before a man will be able to get an erection again after ejaculating.”
At times like these…I’m reminded of the old ribbing everybody gave to a boy [even from other boys], that “if you don’t leave it alone for a while, you’re going to end up tearing it off!”…
…I expect that could cause some form of erectile dysfunction…
…Not that I’ve ever seen any credible display, of this actually happening.
…I should hope, that it never has!