Should i stop?
29 October 2014, 06:45 PM
i've been masturbating a lot lately and i look at my penis and it looked smaller and its been a while since i measure it was close to a 7.5 inch now its a 6 should i stop masturbating forever i don't want girls thinking my penis is small  
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Your penis is probably fine. If you think the size has changed it may be for two possible reasons. 1. You measured differently each time you took the measurement. 2. If you did measure from the same start and ending points, maybe you weren't as hard the second time since you had already had an orgasm. Probably a little of both, but more likely it's the first reason. Don't worry. It won't fall off. You won't go blind. Just enjoy it then clean up and go do something else as well.
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