Wet dreams!

So long story short, I never ever had this problem. I would have a wet dream from time to time. It was normal, just lots of ejaculation to a point where I'd have to wake up at 3 am, shower and change my bed covers. But recently passed two to three wet dreams I have ejaculated blanks with a slight pain at the tip of the penis when waking up. I don't masturbate and I am a virgin due to my religious beliefs I will wait till I get married. BUT before I used to masturbate allot its been almost two months since I have stopped masturbation due to many reasons (one being addiction). I have had relationships end due to rejecting sex but I'm young and patient and have beliefs that I hope you can all respect upon reading this.

Once had visited my gp relating to a small spot that I had on my scrotum (what ended up to be nothing) but I thought I was going to see a my usual male Dr, it ended up being a young female Dr in her 30-40's. I had an extra problem, pretty much anything in the slightest would turn me on and I ended up getting an erection upon her checking my scrotum. I had never felt so embarrassed in my life and kept saying sorry, she had said it was ok. But I never want to see a dr relating my penis health unless its serious I hope someone can advise me.

Sorry for the long post, and thanks!

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  • I'm not sure what you believe is a problem as all you've described is within normal limits and doesn't indicate any illness or disorder.

    You may be getting retrograde ejaculation (semen goes backwards into the bladder) but it's not a great worry unless you're trying for a pregnancy

  • I never had wet dreams or nightfalls in my life. Now nearing 60 years. Hope it is normal

  • Of course there's a large range of normalcy.

  • You can request to see a male doctor.

    When I was younger (15/16) I went to the doctor with a glandular issue, the female doctor prodded and poked all my glands, as was required, including those around my groin, I also embarassingly had an erection, in most respects it's 'normal', but due to this I was embarrassed, due to this whenever I have had 'issues'or worries relating to my genitalia I have requested to see a male doctor.

    Ignore the receptionist and say you only want to see a male doctor, they HAVE to respect this decision.

  • I understand your religious beliefs about sex before marriage, though my first-born child was conceived shortly before I married my girlfriend - and born eight months later. My wife and I are Methodist.

    Please explain what you mean about ejaculating blanks. If your ejaculate is normal the semen will contain sperm.

    Wet dreams are normal, especially in our youth - and you say you are young.

    My 'named' GP is female and any visit I make at my surgery is with her. Female doctors are very used to examining male patients. I once had to visit her about a problem with my scrotum - extreme itching with some weeping sores. My penis was obstructing her view and after putting on gloves she held it away. I immediately had an erection. She took no notice at all.

    She prescribed me with a topical cream (Fucidin) which worked like magic.

    So please understand that a doctor is a doctor. Male or female, their purpose is to help their patients regardless of their sex.

    Christopher