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ElaWoman talks about Benefits and

Side effects of Masturbation for Men


and Women
By
Ela Woman
INTRODUCTION
1. A Preface
The way female mind and body works is a bit different to that of the male. Due to the
difference in the genetic makeup of women, hormonal milieu (less testosterone) that
they have as well as perhaps the cultural influence (upbringing), girls it would seem,
do not have the same pressure of sexual desire that boys seem to have.it needs to be
interpreted bearing in mind the general nature of the comment. A lot of this
difference is cultural and the girls in the west undoubtedly masturbate more than
Indian girls for example. But even then, it is less than the boys in the west.
When a group of boys sit late night and talk about girls (even when they have
officially sat to study for the exam next week), sooner or later they would discuss
physical aspects of girls and what fun it would be to have sex with them. Girls on the
other hand, discuss boys or Salman Khan more on emotional terms and not in such
explicit sexual details. This may be largely be a cultural thing but I suspect the other
two factors mentioned may have an important role to play as well (genetic and
hormonal).
The sex physiology of girls perhaps does not have such a hair-trigger as the boys. The
pressure/need for them to masturbate is generally much less than boys.
2. Difference in mechanism
Now the nitty-gritty details. Unlike what boys imagine, girls only uncommonly
masturbate by inserting penile substitutes like dildos. Instead, their
masturbation generally involves rubbing of the crotch, the labia of the vagina,
the pubic area and mainly the clitoris,And sometimes even the breasts and
nipples.
3. Difference in sexual gratification
The culmination of sexual gratification is also different in women as compared
to men. In men there is a definite finishing point which is ejaculation. Without
achieving that, the sense of satisfaction isn't there. Stimulation without
ejaculation can cause dull ache in the testes as they get engorged with blood,
swell and thus become painful. Ejaculation sorts all that out.
4. Pros and Cons of Masturbation
The history of masturbation dates back into ancient times. Physicians back in
the early 19th and 20th century even tried to cure masturbation. But in the
present time, masturbation is no longer a hidden phenomenon and is being
explored and encouraged in some cultures. However, current studies reveal
both the benefits and drawbacks of masturbation, especially with the fertility
issues in men and women.
4(i)Masturbation The Advantages
Heath professionals and sex therapists have come up with certain pros of masturbation:-
Masturbation reduces the risk of prostate-cancer in men. It relieves sexual tension and
luckily for women, it relieves menstrual cramps too!
As recommended by Dr. Shweta Goswami of Jaypee Hospital It reduces depression and
insomnia. It releases mood enhancing hormones as well. It flushes out sexual fluids and
improves the immune system.
Sex therapists sometimes use it as therapy to cure sexual issues. Healthy masturbation
produces fresh sperms, endorphin and white blood cells.
One gets to explore ones body and can deliver better to their sexual partners if they are
well aware of their pleasure seeking zones. It overrules the risk of infecting any sexually
transmitted diseases and unplanned pregnancy.
Masturbation is a safe sexual outlet for those who refrain from sexual intercourse, lack
sexual partners or do not have an opportunity to mingle much.
A study conducted by the Tabriz Medical University found that ejaculation also helped in
controlling the swelling of blood vessels, other studies conclude masturbation helps to
overcome fatigue, lower blood pressure, improve heart rate etc.
4(ii)Masturbation The Disadvantages
Interestingly, the pros of masturbating also turn out to be the cons if taken too far. Here are some
facts:-
As suggested by Dr Anita K Sharma of Max Smart Super Speciality Hospital Excessive masturbation
has led to complaints of the sexual partners unable to give or take orgasm during sex. It bothers the
sexual partners and thus affects relationships.
It increases the time to attain sexual satisfaction with a partner. It damages the self-esteem of both
men and women not being able to achieve a certain point of stimulation and especially orgasm.
When one cannot satisfy their partner, it not only damages the self-esteem of the person trying to
give pleasure but also the person who is trying to achieve it.
It also fosters feelings of guilt in people who also believe in their religion.
Excess of masturbation also lead to fluid and calorie loss from the body leaving it lethargic and
exhausted. It also leads to temporary abrasions and discoloration. Using sex toys (usually with
female masturbation) can cause internal damages and infections e.g. rectal foreign bodies etc.
Compulsive masturbation leads to perversion and turn into an addiction. If masturbation helps in
producing sperms, it may also weaken the hormone producing them and interfere with timely
ejaculation.
There is a connection between hair loss and excessive ejaculation. It leads to the
deficiency of protein and thus hair loss. DHT (dihydrotestosterone) is directly related to male
baldness due to immense ejection.
Obsessive masturbation in men can lead to penile fracture, Peyronies disease, Phimosis and swelling
of the genitals in women.
6) Side effects of IUD
a) Menstrual cramp- IUDs may introduce you to the risk of menstrual cramps or
spotting from time to time if care is not taken properly.
b) Risk of perforation-IUDs pose the risk of perforation where the IUD gets stuck in the
uterus, which can severely abuse uterus lining and overall uterus health.
c) Risk of expulsion- Many women report - pushing out of IUD just after insertion.
However it has been seen that such things happen when IUDs have not been inserted
properly.
d) IUD leads to uncomfortable sex-There are cases where men complain about
uneasiness during sex with a woman using an IUD.
7) Risks of IUDs
a) Hormonal IUDs at times can lead to growth of ovarian cysts, breast tenderness, mood
swings, tenderness/numbness in breasts, acne etc.
b) In some cases, as suggested by Dr. Anushka Madan Mehra of Femme Care Clinic that
Copper IUDs such as copper t may lead to many infections in the uterus like swelling of
the ovaries, irregular period, accidental spotting, severe menstrual cramps etc.
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