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    Following are the questions:
    1. When it starts? - I know it have relation with maturity
    2. How long it may persist?
    3. Will it stop after marriage?
    4. What about a forced batchlor?
    5. Question no. 2 - ie, What age it may stop?
    6. It is for man I think. What is happening on ladies?


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    Um, wetdreams only happen when you have an excess of semen, masturbate or have sex and it won't happen.

    They start early after puberty if a boy doesn't start masturbating early on.

    Nothing of the like happens to women.


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    Quote Originally Posted by i_feel_tiredsleepy

    Nothing of the like happens to women.

    Rubbish

    You're not a woman so how do you know that???

    Women often have orgasms in their dreams
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    ok depending on how you classify what that is, there are obvious physiological differences between the sexes, women will not have a nocturnal emission, they are also less common in women compared to men, but yes women can experience the equivalent to a wet dream.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie
    ok depending on how you classify what that is, there are obvious physiological differences between the sexes, women will not have a nocturnal emission, they are also less common in women compared to men, but yes women can experience the equivalent to a wet dream.
    Then i can only conclude you have had little experience of women and their orgasms.

    It is quite commonplace for women to have 'emissions' during orgasm.

    There isn't any difference to types of orgasms whilst asleep or awake albeit they vary in intensity due to many factors
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    Quote Originally Posted by Absum!
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    ok depending on how you classify what that is, there are obvious physiological differences between the sexes, women will not have a nocturnal emission, they are also less common in women compared to men, but yes women can experience the equivalent to a wet dream.
    Then i can only conclude you have had little experience of women and their orgasms.

    It is quite commonplace for women to have 'emissions' during orgasm.

    There isn't any difference to types of orgasms whilst asleep or awake albeit they vary in intensity due to many factors
    Fair enough, although in women it isn't due to an excess of anything being present, but rather just vigorous dreams. A man will rarely experience an orgasm from a dream unless he hasn't ejaculated in quite a long time.

    Also, wet dreams aren't actually analogous to an orgasm, since often they occur without erection and the semen just leaks out, they are often just a turning over process by the body and not always accompanied by erotic dreams.
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    I didn’t have an answer about nocturnal emission with married man. Looking for a detailed answer.
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    A human being is a living thing built to constantly regenerate and exercise its thresholds. For examples, one grows new skin regardless of wear and tear, and better rub away old cells with a course sponge; one needs to feel a range of emotions and may seek out thrilling movies to release healthy feelings.

    Sexual function needs expression too. Besides the fact that glands shouldn't just idle with accumulated fluids and nerves need stimulation to keep the pathways in good order, the mental end of sex wants exercise as well. Urges, dreams, and fantasies naturally well up. We may anticipate our needs and channel them, like good custodians, or deny them and be carried along anyway in self-deception.

    Nocturnal emission IMO is a bad sign. It's the body's last resort when a person (often wittingly) treats it as a dead thing. It's like pimples under makeup. It's like having sweaty legs because one applied antiperspirant to the upper body. Unhealthy.



    About married men. I think Sak means sexually active men. We don't have nocturnal emissions, since we express complete sexual function. Something similar to nocturnal emission can happen though: Occasionally my wife and I wake to find we've begun to have sex, like mutual sleepwalking. And I'll admit sometimes I'm too tired so just laugh and go back to sleep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by i_feel_tiredsleepy

    Also, wet dreams aren't actually analogous to an orgasm, since often they occur without erection and the semen just leaks out, they are often just a turning over process by the body and not always accompanied by erotic dreams.
    Women menstruate, that's also a leaking out and turning over of body processes.

    Womens vagina's also self cleanse and that 'leaks out' and is another 'turning over of the body process'
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