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How do I Recover from the Effects of Over Masturbation

I used to masturbate since I was 14 out of ignorance of its spiritual and health consequences. Presently, I'm 27 and single; on 13th Sept. 2014 at late night, I repeatedly masturbated on my bed for about 3 times within 2hrs while looking at very hot pornographic images. I then slept off. A very disturbing body pain (in my legs & hands) without any headache, flu, itches, etc. woke me up that night and that's the beginning of my pain. I immediately went to the University clinic in the morning, I only described the kind of I was feeling without telling them what I did the previous night because I really didn't know masturbation has bad effect. My body temperature was 36.5 then; the doctor said no sign of fever. So, they gave me pain killer, within 4days the extreme pain greatly reduced but a little of it came back after 2weeks including body weakness. Having reported, I was given pain killer again with multivitamins. After 5 weeks, it repeated itself. I went for HIV test, it was found negative. The Med. Doctor said this has to do with psychological problem. I was referred to psychiatric doctor who up to now I didn't consult. I only started searching the Internet on causes of "psychological problem" I found out that over masturbation is one of them.
I've stopped taking any medicine given by M. Doc for 6 weeks now. And I've stopped masturbation for 7 weeks now. But for porns watch, I stopped since September. The body weakness has really reduced - I feel better without masturbation now. But the problem of Night Fall (wet dreams) disturbed me at least 4 times during this 7 week quitting. And whenever, I had that dream, a little weakness and pain would arise for like 2 days and then go off. Last Saturday, I had a wet dream (doing masturbation)and in that evening I did jugging and body lifting as an exercise. since that time I'm feeling a little pain and weakness most especially in my hands. Despite quitting masturbation, whenever I see a teenage girls, thoughts of seeing them naked arise even though I try to forget it.
I deeply regret when i remember myself in such a sinful act. Now, I'm still single, I want to fully recover from this harmful effect, please help me. I’m studying in Malaysia if you do have an expertise, I would like to meet him.
Thank you.
[message edited by mbb706 on Thu, 15 Jan 2015 05:55:31 GMT]
[message edited by mbb706 on Thu, 15 Jan 2015 05:56:39 GMT]
  mbb706 on 2015-01-15
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Many of the things you describe are quite normal for a male of your age.

Masturbation in and of itself is not harmful, and is healthy if practiced in moderation.

Sexual excess can indeed cause problems, just as any normal healthy activity can if overdone.

Without some way to release the natural build up of semen and seminal fluid, you will have wet dreams. There is no way to stop this except to release those fluids, either through sex or masturbation.

Thinking of naked girls is quite normal for heterosexual men, and becomes a more intense mental activity the more you avoid sexual activity.

There are obviously symptoms in your case, something is not right, and you can feel that. Discovering their true cause should be the goal of your practitioner, but I do not believe suppressing your sexual desire and energy is going to create health. In homoeopathy we have a whole range of remedies for people who do this, since we have seen it create further health problems. There is a healthy balance between these two extremes.

This also isn't to say that some individuals seem to suffer unduly from the practice of masturbation, where they should not. The goal in such cases would be to strengthen them so that they can bear it without any harm.
[message edited by Evocationer on Thu, 15 Jan 2015 07:11:52 GMT]
Evocationer 7 years ago
I'm really grateful Evocationer for your reply. But, what's the way forward? Please help! Thanks.
mbb706 7 years ago
I can provide you with a detailed questionnaire if you want me to help. I am a classical homoeopath so the amount of information I ask for is extensive.
Evocationer 7 years ago
I'm sorry for the delay in replying - I was out service area.
Ok, I'm waiting to hear the extensive information. Thanks
mbb706 7 years ago

General Guidelines:

1. Try to be as descriptive as possible. When describing pains or sensations use descriptions along the lines of ‘feels as if someone is squeezing it with their hand’ or ‘it is like an insect crawling around inside’ or ‘it is as if someone is standing over me threatening to kill me’. Long descriptions are always better than short ones. One word answers are difficult to use successfully.

2. Another important part of symptom description for homoeopathy are the ‘modalities’. These are situations, events, activities or conditions which modify the symptom in some way. We usually refer to this as what makes them ‘better’ or ‘worse’ (amelioration/aggravation). The situation may actually provoke the symptom into appearing, make it vanish altogether, or just increase or decrease it in some way. Modalities are vital information for prescribing.

Modalities are typically related to (but not exclusively) the following situations:

A. Temperature, weather
B. Time (day, night, specific times, frequency, periodicity, season)
C. Position, activity
D. Emotions, thoughts
E. Food and drink
F. Drugs, medication

3. How the symptom is perceived is important too – odour, appearance, sound, touch. What colour is it, what is its texture? For gestures, describe what it looks like the patient is doing, or what you feel you are doing while making the movement eg. ‘they look like they are swatting flies’ or ‘I feel like something is pushing my hand upwards’ or ‘it is like I stick a fork in an electrical outlet which throws my body backwards’. Description – it is key to accurate prescriptions.

4. When did the symptom or set of symptoms start? The apparent cause can be useful in determining the remedy, although it is not of the same importance as the previous factors. It may have been a specific event, a disease, an accident or even an emotional experience.

5. Use your own words. Do not copy phrases or descriptions found in our various remedy pictures. Try not to use other people’s ideas or thoughts or words. If you are reporting on behalf of someone else, report their exact words, however you can also report your own observations of them (not opinions).

6. Does the symptom occur alongside another specific symptom? Do particular symptoms only occur together? Does a particular symptom occur with a particular thought or emotion? For example, a headache that always comes with visual disturbances, or stomach pain that appears alongside anger, or anxiety that makes you feel like running down the street screaming.

7. Each complaint should be described fully before going on to describe another complaint. Try not to mix different symptoms or complaints together. Each modifying feature must be clearly attached to a particular symptom/set of symptoms. Any mistake you make here is a mistake the homoeopath will also then make.

Evocationer 7 years ago

(Symptoms that don’t fit anywhere else, but are things that tend to affect all of you as a person, but are not emotions or thoughts)

1. Sleep - what position do you tend to sleep in?
- what position can you not sleep in?
- do you do anything unusual in your sleep?
- any problems with going to sleep, staying asleep, or waking up?

2. Appetite - What foods do you crave/desire strongly?
- What foods do you hate eating (have an aversion to)?
- What foods have a negative effect on you or cause symptoms?
- What foods have a positive effect on you or seem to improve your health or symptoms in some way?

- What is the effect of hunger or fasting on you?

3. Thirst - What drinks do you crave/desire strongly?
- What drinks do you hate to take (are averse to)?
- When are you most thirsty?
- When are you least thirsty?

4. Stool - Do you have any problems with your bowels or passing stool?
- What is the shape, color, odor of the stool?

5. Urine - Do you have any trouble passing or retaining urine?
- What is the color, odor of the urine?
- Do you have any sediment or debris in the urine?

6. Sweat - How do you feel about the amount of perspiration you have?
- Where do you have the most sweat?
- What is the odor?
- What color does it stain clothing?
- Does anything in particular cause you to sweat abnormally?

7. Sexuality - Any problems with your sexual desire?
- Any problems with your sexual ability or function?
- Any history of sexually transmitted diseases?

8. Menses (Women)
- How many days is your cycle?
- How many days does the flow go for?
- What is the appearance of the flow?
- What is the odor of the flow?
- What kind of stain does the flow leave?
- Any discharge before, during or after?
- Any pain before, during or after the flow?
- What symptoms come before the flow?
- What symptoms come after the flow?

9. Environment – How does the weather affect you?
- How does the temperature affect you?
- How does the season affect you?
- What physical activities affect you?
- Is there anything else in the environment you are sensitive to?

10. Anything else you feel is important that hasn’t been covered by previous questions?
Evocationer 7 years ago

(Please spend the most time on this section and give DETAILED answers - the homoeopathic remedy is very often decided on the basis of the mental and emotional state of the patient !)

1. What are the issues in your life that bother you the most. Not physical issues but mental or emotional ones. List each one separately and describe why each one bothers you so much.

2. What emotions are the most troublesome for you? What situations provoke these emotions. How do these emotions make you act? Do you feel any ill effects from expressing or not expressing these emotions.

3. What incidents in your life have had a deep impact on you? Describe each incident in detail and how they made you feel? What did you do in those situations? What effect have they had on your life?

4. What are you afraid of? Especially important are phobias, but it might be objects, situations or events that just produce a high level of anxiety. How do you manage your fears? How do you react when confronted with these fears? What would be the worst situation for you to be put in that would provoke these fears? You may need to talk about each fear/anxiety separately.

5. What hobbies do you have? Why do you like each of these activities?

6. Do you have any persistent thoughts, ideas or beliefs that are difficult to stop or cope with? What are they?

7. Do you have any unusual gestures or movements of the body? Do you feel any unusual sensation or pain throughout your body? What exactly does it feel like is happening in your body?

8. When you experience your fears, persistent thoughts, or difficult emotions, what kind of sensation or reactions do you get in your body?

9. When did you feel at your best in your life? What was that like for you? If you imagine the complete opposite of this feeling or moment, what would that be like?

10. Do you feel like you are stuck in a pattern of behavior, especially when trying to deal with your problems? What is this pattern? THIS IS AN IMPORTANT QUESTION PLEASE CONSIDER CAREFULLY AND GIVE DETAILS.

11. What difficulties or problems do you have in relationships? Talk about your family, your romantic relationships, your spouse or partner, your friends, and your work colleagues. You may need to talk about all of these separately.

12. List 5 positive things about yourself. Are there any situations where this positive attribute becomes negative (is a problem)?

13. List 5 negative things about yourself. Are there any situations where this negative attribute becomes positive (is useful)?

14. Do you have any reoccurring dreams? Describe them in detail, including any feelings that come while dreaming. Dreams are very important in unlocking the deepest truth of a patient’s case, but it is not enough to simply describe them in a sentence. Give as much information as you feel comfortable doing.

15. Did you have any reoccurring dreams as a child, or earlier in your life? Describe those in detail including any feelings that came with them.

16. What were you like as a child, your character, your personality, your fears, your dreams, your problems?

17. What kind of environment did you grow up in? What problems where there at home, with your family, with your parents, with your siblings, with school?
Evocationer 7 years ago
1. The pain is like an insect crawling around inside me – most especially my veins. And fatigue, body weakness in most cases even immediately after wake up from bed.
2. The modalities for:
a. Temperature, weather: No effect
b. Time: It happens at any time but particularly at night
c. Position, activity: It reemerges if I do heavy physical activities including exercise.
d. Emotions, thoughts: Yes of course, whenever I have sexual thoughts or bad emotions for a long time then the issues of no. 1 appears the following day even if I have been fine for like 2 weeks.
e. Food and drink: I like tasty foods but I don’t like very sweet drinks. Coffee makes to recover quickly
f. Drugs, medication: the drugs are not working
3. I normally feel just to go to bed as a result of number 1.
4. It’s normally an emotional experience. I believe as a result of watching too much porn and over masturbation.
5. I’m not reporting on behalf of someone. All the above descriptions are indeed what I feel
6. No any headache or fever along with the description. On the other hand, my studies – as I am a research student, so if there’s no progress in my research most especially when my colleagues have progress then that anger comes along with the pain.
mbb706 7 years ago
General symptoms
1. I sleep in right or left position
- I don’t do anything unusual in my sleep
- No problems with going to sleep, staying asleep unless if I have such bad emotions.
2. I strongly like tasty foods
- Sugar foods
- No food that cause any of the stated symptoms
- Coffee drink, a balance diet foods
- When I do fasting, it positive effect – I practiced that.
3. For now, I only take more water apart from coffee drink.
- Flavor drinks
- After taking oily or fatty foods and mostly during sunny days
- Normal temperature like 200C
4. In most cases no problem with stool
- Mostly combination of solid and liquid. The color, a few cases, it’s black but most cases light brown. In most cases, it has strong odor since my childhood.
5. Retaining urine is mostly difficult especially when I take too much water.
- The color of the urine is sometimes yellow with strong odor when I didn’t pass for a long time. But white with normal odor when I continuously take more water.
6. No much sweat
- During exercise
- Normal odor
- In my armpit it sometimes stain clothes
- Nothing cause me abnormal sweat
7. No problem with my sexual desire. It’s even much as I’m single and no any girlfriend
- Sexual ability: I’ve got premature ejaculation
- No history of STD
8. So far, weather does not have any effect on me
- No effect from temperature
- No effect from the season
- Heavy physical activities affect me
9. Yes, my eyes have become sunken and I have difficulties in memorization now unlike before like 7years back.
mbb706 7 years ago

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