digestive problems after stopping masturbationi stopped masturbation about 2 months ago. but after stopping it, i am now encountering digestive problems which include bloating, pain in all parts of the body , gas , stool is sticky paste like .
i need help. if anyone else is having the same problems please respond.
I NEED HELP.
i have gone into depression thinking that there is no cure to all this.
ANYONE PLEASE HELP, I AM DESPERATE.
abdul latif on 2008-03-04
>could you let us know the frequency of Mastrubation before and now?
>after how many days of stopping the mastrubation did these symtoms appear.
>In what order did they appear.
>what is your daily schedule?
Meanwhile start doing these things.
.Drink lot of water.
.walk and take mild exercise.
.Check your eating habits.
latentenergy last decade
you don't have a clue how much this means to me.
i will answer the questions in the order in which you have asked them.
before, i used to masturbate much unfortunately, sometimes it was four times a day.
now, i don't masturbate at all.
well actally just after stopping masturbation, these symptoms appeared. it was maybe one of the main reasons that i stopped masturbation.
well it was first indigestion. i mean loose stool with mucus and stinging inflammation like pain in abdomen. then the bloating began.
well i go to university during the day time, then i go to sleep for a while after lunch. sometimes play badminton in the evening have dinner and sleep after dinner.
abdul latif last decade
Take Staphysagria30C . Mix 2 drops in water, stir.
Take thrice daily.
mohammadjamaal last decade
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