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Disadvantages Of Not Making Love Daily According To Doctor.

The first doctor tweeted a health update this morning to keep his fans informed about the challenges of absolute abstinence. He addressed the audience specifically to the men, encouraging them to confer with their wives at least once a day.

According to the Amsterdam Health Unit (AHU) and the World Health Organization, intimation can improve male reproductive norms by up to 80%. (WHO). When a man and his wife sleep together in the early stages of a relationship, the stimulated experience of the man triggers the body's hormonal cells.

He discovered that a shortage of reproductive hormones has connected to lovemaking abstention. Patients who are experiencing erection issues should make love to their partner at least once a day, if not more. This is a more efficient method of repairing a faulty building. Aside from these obvious consequences, a lack of forethought and hormonal control has other consequences.

When you look at our lives today, there are risks in everything we do, but we should try to avoid some of them by following doctors' advice, even though only God can save us from all of these diseases; we could have died from any of them if it weren't for God's protection.

One thing we should do before taking any prescription is visit our doctor because our health is our riches. In addition, if you have any doubts, the physicians are the best individuals to ask because they will not lead you astray.

Because not all doctors know what they're doing, double-check that the one you're conversing with knows what he or she's talking about. Fake doctors may mislead you by directing you in the wrong direction.

Don't just read this message for yourself; it will also benefit others. Share it with others, and if you require any further assistance, feel free to ask them in the comment's section below.

Also, try to make your wife happy.

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AHU Amsterdam Health Unit


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