Myself 28 m.i am suffering due to some erection problems.i am not getting any quick erection while i watch sex films.If i tshake my penis with the help of my hand, then i am getting erections, but i cant sustain it for long time ( without shaking) .But I do get erections, but at completely unexpected times, even when i am sleeping also. So the situation has any correlation with erectile dysfunction?
Not at all. I believe the time between erections is called the refractory period. It is much shorter the younger you are and begins to be longer as you age. At your age, this happening at unexpected times is normal even while sleeping.
You haven't mentioned it; so I'll ask....are you taking any type of medication?
Erections while you sleep is not unusual at all. I am 61 years old and still get erections when I sleep and wake up with "morning wood" at times. I think in my whole life; I may have only had 2 "wet dreams". You don't have a problem at all I don't believe. Everyone is different. Some people go through puberty at earlier ages. I had a friend growing up that didn't get his first pubic hair until he was almost 16 years old. He turned out normal and has a son. We all have different bodies. There is no set age or time to get an erection or spontaneous ejaculation or erection. It is totally normal. I wouldn't worry at all.
hi Mefromfl...thank u for ur information.........i am not taking any medication............even i am playing badminton daily (one hour)...........i think, all doubts regarding my erections comes from the curiosity related to sex........any way thanx for your valuable comments...........
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