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Nervousness, shaking, involuntary ejaculation. What is going on?

2 times now I have been in the middle of a test when suddenly, for no reason whatsoever, I get this extremely nervous feeling. I know all of the material on the test, but I feel as if my answer will be insufficient or that I will run out of time. I then get shaky and am unable to write well, and finally I ejaculate. I don t know what is going on, but if I could get some guidance it would be well appreciated.
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

From your description it seems that you were stressed and anxious. As you already know, people urinate while they are in such stressed state of mind.

Night falls (ejaculation while sleeping) happens when we get sexually excited or while seeing some terrifying dreams. Our body produces semen every time we get aroused. It becomes a waste product then and body has to throw it out.

In your case, Body just found an occasion to throw it. That is it.
Just don't worry.
Find a psychologist and get a counseling for your stress.
Answered: Tue, 18 Jun 2013
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