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justastudent

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Prone masturbation
« on: March 06, 2019, 04:29:11 AM »
Hi guys, just recently I have found this term 'prone masturbation' and I was masturbating like this since I was a kid. I did not know that it could damage my penis and bring all sorts of problems like ED and DE... Is there anyone who managed to switch from prone to regular masturbation and can you tell me how you did it? I can get hard by watching porn or something like that but when I stroke my cock I cannot ejaculate :'(
Can you share tips on how to overcome this problem or have I damaged my penis permanently?  :-\

Pete McVries

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Re: Prone masturbation
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2019, 07:09:47 AM »
I was prone masturbating for a few years before someone introduced me to "normal" masturbation. At first I coulnd't do it because "normal" stimulation doesn't provide the same pressure and friction as prone masturbation does. But, I'd say after half a year of stopping prone masturbation, everything went back to normal. Just give it some time, the "Death-Grip-Syndrome" will take care of itsself.
Eight months clean and counting...

justastudent

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Re: Prone masturbation
« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2019, 11:12:51 AM »
Thanks for sharing.
Do you think that prone masturbation can be the cause of this other problem I have... I have a problem with frequent urination but when I go I urinate just a little bit and I feel this urinary sensation only in my shaft(my bladder can't be full 30 min after I pee) and it's been a tough year because of this...
I was week and a half into reboot and this morning I had to watch porn just to try to masturbate normally and I could not ejaculate... What do you think, should I try masturbating normally or should I abstain because of my reboot?  :-\

foo

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Re: Prone masturbation
« Reply #3 on: March 06, 2019, 11:47:57 AM »
If you have urination problems, you should see a urologist.

>  this morning I had to watch porn just to try to masturbate normally

WTF. If the need to masturbate requires porn, then don't masturbate. Take your reboot seriously.

Pete McVries

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Re: Prone masturbation
« Reply #4 on: March 06, 2019, 12:28:48 PM »
What foo said. You have most likely two problems but both exist due to desensitisation. Your dick is desensitized due to all the pressure and friction and you probably have PIED, therefore you need porn to masturbate "normally". Stop all of it, if you want to fix the problem. No more (prone) masturbation and no more porn.
Eight months clean and counting...

justastudent

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Re: Prone masturbation
« Reply #5 on: March 06, 2019, 12:35:04 PM »
I went to my urologist two months ago and he did some tests and everything was normal(my bladder, testicles, prostate, etc...). But I have not told my urologist about the way I masturbate, maybe if I had told him he would have said something helpful...
Then I won't masturbate at all, and we'll see how it goes... I just want to see some kind of improvement(morning wood or less urination problems).
Thank you guys for this advice and I will be more than happy to read more similar stories. :)

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Re: Prone masturbation
« Reply #6 on: May 12, 2019, 11:01:15 AM »
I read this post some time ago and forgot to thank you mentioning this topic. I discovered masturbation unintentionally. I was watching TV and idly rocking back and forth on my bed when after some time a strange but pleasent feeling flooded my body. Don't know if I ejaculated, but I definitely orgasmed. And I kept this form for a long time until I tried out the "normal" way, while in the bathtube.

Many years have past and I prectised both methods until the point I read this artice. It's propably not the cure but this insight will help.

So thanks for sharing your thoughts!