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What are nocturnal emissions and how can I avoid them ?

I am guy and 30 years old. My sperms are going out while sleeping(dreaming). This is happening if I don t have sex for more than 30 days and body temperature(heat) is high . Is this normal one? If not please explain what is the reason for this. My second question is By doing sex or while sleeping if my sperms go out after that the next day if I do hard work (physically) I am getting severe pain in my muscles. What is the reason for this? Will there be any problem?
Asked On : Thu, 2 Jun 2011
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Hi, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
You are suffering from nothing but Nightfalls. It is absolutely normal to experience this if you don't have sex for quiet a long time as excess semen builds up and gets collected, since you are a mature adult. Not to worry, as it wont have any serious repercussions on your health and your sex life. If you don't want them to happen, you may want to have Sex regularly or masturbate. This will release the excess ejaculate which had builded up over time and you wont have nightfalls.
Muscle pain or Myalgia is not related to having sex or nightfalls, it is related to doing some repeated strenuous work. Get adequate rest and eat healthy nutritious balanced diet which should include fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables.

Good Luck.
Answered: Thu, 2 Jun 2011
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