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Is this how night emission happens ?

Recently due to my work schedule, I did not indulge in any form of sexual activity (No sex with my wife nor masturbation) for almost 2 months. Till date I never have experienced night emission / wet dreams. However, last night I had different experience. I had a strong urge to urinate while deep in sleep and before I could wake up, I felt wet in my boxers (I wear only boxers while sleeping). I found that my penis was strong and hard. Moreover, my boxers were wet and sticky. It was wet due to colorless sticky fluid like lubrication fluid (pre-cum). The quantity was more and it was not urine. It was not similar to the ejaculation I get while having sex or masturbation. To be frank with you, it was amazing experience and I felt very nice to touch my erect penis. What was this experience? I am 41 year old male.
Asked On : Sun, 27 Mar 2011
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What you have experienced was normal Nightfall or wet dream. When you do not have sex or masturbate, lot of semen and sperm get collected in your body and need to be released. There is no problem to your body when it happens and also after that. So in the night it comes out. Not to worry. It is seen in perfectly normal men with good nervous system. Just be cool. Don't take tension. Spend more time with your wife. Eat healthy. Drink plenty of water. Exercise daily.
Answered: Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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