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I am facing seminal emission, please help

I am facing seminal emission (night falls) at night while dreaming. This disease was happening for long period, about three years back. However on those days the night falls are less like once in a month. now a days,its about more than twice in a week. I am 23 yrs old, working in S/W company. I do not have any problem in sex related or such. I am quite happy with my life. But this disease is making me sad. I was having a skin disease, however it almost cured. Could you please help me out to cure this disease. If my question is insufficient please drop a email to prasobhkallingal@gmail.com. Thanks a lot.
Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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Night falls are quite normal for young unmarried men. There is no physical and mental harm of them. They do not require any treatment.
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