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Repeated nocturnal emissions, have stopped masturbation, premature ejaculations. How can I fix this?

Dear Dr Please help me as I could not bear any more wet dreams. My mental, physical, financial growth has been retarded due to extremely heavy nocturnal emissions. Currently i am 35 years of age. 10 years back, i entered this hell of sexual kingdom, with masturbation. Initially with masturbation, next i stopped it but started getting Wet dreams, with performing a sexual activity in dream. Even I did’nt read or watch erotic material, still i get nocturnal emissions and that too without dreams. So i decided to get married at the age of 31. I am having a healthy baby too. But now I could not indulge in intercourse with my wife as i am having weakness. Stii my wet dream are continued, 3-4 times in a week and 6-8 times a month. Plz save me. I am unable to stand or walk after erection . Lost all valuables hormones as stated in your website. Semen turned thin and ejaculations are so frequent and out of my control. My studies, jobs, career all is suffering. Also suffering from pre mature ejaculations, and ejaculate in seconds while in sex with my wife. Plese help me. I also think that please let me know if I am suffering from Urinary Tract Infection ( UTI )/Reproductive Tract Infection (RTI) or not. Plz confirm. Additional Info Here I also want to add that I am suffering from nocturnal emissions since last 10 years and 5 years back I developed a stone in my kidney and got it removed via laser treatment, since then I have no such problem of recurrence of it. I also want to add that I feel that I am suffering from weakening of parasympathetic nervous system and decrease of serotonin hormone in my brain, due to excessive nocturnal emissions. In addition I am having back pain, shoulder pain, leg pain and if I walk few 1 or 2 km then a terrible pain in my foot I feel. Plz help. Thanks Rohit Kumar (MP) INDIA
Asked On : Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

I went through your details. I suggest you not to worry much. I do not understand from which website you got that wrong information. Let me clarify.

1. Nocturnal emission happens when the body wants to emit the produced semen because semen is a waste product. Semen is produced whenever you are sexually aroused. Such produced semen is a waste product. If you do not engage in sexual activities or masturbation for a week or so, body finds its own way to expel the semen. One way is through nocturnal emission and another is through urine. Very much a normal process body adopts.

2. Semen is produced by testicles. You are ill informed. Production of sperm cells are not at all a tiring or health wasting or losing hormones process. They all are myth. Don't fall prey to such information and get anxious.

3. You are worried about the nocturnal emission problem and you are anxious and obsessive about that. That is why you are having this premature ejaculation. Forget sexual problems. Forget Nocturnal ejaculation. Forget masturbation. Just show love and passion to your wife and your problem is solved.

If you require more of my help in this aspect,Please post a direct question to me in this website. Make sure that you include every minute details possible. I shall prescribe some sexology related psychotherapy techniques which should help you cure your condition further.

Hope this answers your query. Available for further clarifications.
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 9 May 2014
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