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Is it normal for a fifteen year old boy to have wet dreams every night ?

Is it normal for a fifteen year old boy to have wet dreams every night and sometimes more than once in a night
Asked On : Sun, 24 Apr 2011
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night fall this is also a common problem.
Do not think much of sex particularly at night before going to bed.
Before going to bed prey the god,some good reading,wear loose clothes,do not wear under garment during sleep.
Do not see exciting channels or sex videos at night or for few weeks.
Answered: Thu, 28 Apr 2011
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Dear Friend,
Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.

It is quite normal.

If you do not involve in any sexual act, you may have wet dreams.

Hence do not worry about it



Contact me for more information or guidance

Wish you Good Reproductive & Sexual Health
With Warm Regards,

Dr. A CHAKRAVARTHY MBBS; MBA; (MHSc Reproductive & Sexual Medicine)
Answered: Sun, 24 Apr 2011
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