I am a student aged 18. I am having a problem of unusual release of sperms during night from last 4 years and every 4 nights during a week from last couple of months due to which my health has been badly affected. These release of sperms took place with sex dreams.Due to which my penis has become weakened and I feel that i have a release of sperm every time during study as well and some white element also passes through urine. Please give me some advice to cure this disease.
For teenagers, night-falls are normal. If you don't masturbate, seamen will flow through night dreams. Take care of your general health, do not worry about the night ejaculation, do not get sexually aroused by porno, masturbate only when absolutely urgent. Mostly worrying about the problem complicates the matter. Keep yourself calm. Take active interest in healthy games.
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