its 10 or even more then that but sometimes time interval between 2 may be upto 6hrs but sometimes it can also be upto 20 min. but generally 1 and 1 half hour and sometimes during sleep it may last upto 8- 9 hrs . is there any cure for that? and again thanks alot for reply.View Thread
my age is 22 and i think its definitely veins( basically only two on both sides running almost parallel) around penis and i always sleep on belly and generally penis in a tangled position can it contribute to swelling or more urination and frequency of urination is more and i in in early 15 masterbated but some friends told me that masterbation might be the reason of increased frequency of urination so i stopped . so can masterbation increase urnation and can it be earlier masterbation reason for swallon veins ??View Thread
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