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No Sperms While Masturbation But having wet dreams regularly

mkhan123
mkhan123

Hello Community,

I am 27 years old, first time i masturbate when i was in my teenage probably 17 i got sperms but after that i have never done masturbation but i tried like 10 times in these years but i never got sperms and its like i don't like to masturbate but i regularly get wet dreams(2,3 times a month) and i can be erected easily without any problem and i also never had sex and i am unmarried. I just want to know that is it fine if i am not masturbating and if i am not getting sperms while masturbate and just in wet dreams? Thanks!

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Not masturbating is not a problem. That is upto you. But not ejaculating could be a worry, I would suggest seeing a Health Professional.

mkhan123
mkhan123 in reply to jaglad

As i said i am ejaculating while sleeping at regular intervals..

Did you mean "no semen" while masturbating?

You can't know if you have any sperm in your semen unless you have a medical test.

Chhristopher

mkhan123
mkhan123 in reply to Islaywhisky

I don't fully understand what you saying. and what medical test i should need?

Islaywhisky
Islaywhisky in reply to mkhan123

When you ejaculate, your semen may or may not contain live sperm. If you're doubtful, the only way you can confirm this is to visit your doctor and he or she can refer you to a urologist who will ask you to provide a sample of your semen.

This will be tested for evidence of live sperm.

Christopher

So, as I understand the question, you do not masturbate but do regularly ejaculate whilst asleep ?

If so I would suggest the wet dreams are due to lack of masturbating, your body is doing it's own thing to release 'tension'. If I am right, it does not sound like an issue unless it bothers you. Can't really help any further.

mkhan123
mkhan123 in reply to jaglad

Yes it does not bother me but my friends say who masturbates and when i tell them i dont they tell me i have something odd and i need to have a checkup that thing bothers me then. Even though i ejaculate whilst sleep.I am going to marry within year so i wanted to clear things up.

Iammojojojo
Iammojojojo in reply to mkhan123

mkhan123, what is your status now? Are you married ?

Iammojojojo
Iammojojojo in reply to mkhan123

I need you help, please reply, even I am in a similar situation... I am worried Day and night about it.

Islaywhisky
Islaywhisky in reply to jaglad

We are all different - I have yet to meet my doppelganger!

But most men (and some boys) have nocturnal erections, usually during deep REM sleep when we simply dream of anything in our subconscious mind.

This can lead to a state of penis 'morning wood' when we awake with an erection so lengthy, rigid and erect it belies belief! And the strangest thing about this oddity is the total lack of desire to masturbate!

Christopher

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Hidden in reply to Islaywhisky

I love morning wood and you after bash your bishop to get rid of it lovely

They are probably saying it is odd because most boys do. But it is your body, you do what you feel is right. There is no right or wrong answer.

I wonder whether the reason you are ejaculating in wet dreams but don't masturbate is that your semen is overflowing because you have not ejeculated while awake?

I doubt whether not wanting to masturbate is a problem. I have found it a great pleasure since puberty when I was 13. I have used many natural ways to stimulate my interest by stimulate any of the 5 senses - sight, sound, touch, scent and taste in a relaxed way. Perhaps because I have enjoyed masturbating I have not had so many wet dreams, although I do get a lot of erections overnight and in the morning in particular.

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Hidden in reply to BarrySimpson

Same here it's nice

Having wet dreams is not something that should disturb you as it is a normal occurrence during especially the adolescent years. If however, the frequency of the dreams is too high, then you should start to reflect on your own lifestyle to see what could possibly be triggering or stimulating erotic thoughts even while you are sleeping. To help yourself, you should remove any and all visual stimuli such as television programs, movies, books, magazines, and internet sites which might have unhealthy doses of references to and depictions of explicit interaction between males and females.

Hello this might help this organisation if still want questions answers to any sexual problems.

If you live in the UK.

Informative useful and also add can help with lots of the issues.

The sexual advice association. Other one is TLC Trust .

Hope that helps you.

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