Wet Dreams

Discussion in 'Erectile Dysfunction / Delayed Ejaculation' started by Unknown9, Mar 9, 2014.

  1. Unknown9

    Unknown9 New Member

    I've been waiting to have a wet dream as an indication that my body has been adapting to the changes it has been experiencing from no PMO while I've had a girlfriend. I remember having wet dreams before I started masturbating as a teenager, but I'm not sure how long this typically takes.

    Has anyone experienced this during their recovery? How long did these take to show up? Do they even show up?
     
  2. doctorofporn

    doctorofporn New Member

    I started having them about 2 months after no porn use - my penis is still not very hard when it happens though. I also do not get the dreams I used to have as a teenager with those wet dreams. My guess is that these are a sign of slight improvement
     
  3. hollow

    hollow Lost & Found

    you should not concerned with existence of wet dreams or not .. its a sign of sexual health, however nonexistence is not a sign for lack of sexual health .. exactly like MW

    wet dreams occurrence is concerned with Os frequency .. married guys rarely get wet dreams then, while still having sex in good manner
     
  4. CR123

    CR123 New Member

    My wet dreams are brought about by premature ejaculation. I have a sexual dream and I ejaculate within seconds. This only started happening after excessive porn binging for several years. I did not have premature ejaculation when I first started masturbating w/o porn. After the nocturnal emission I have the same symptoms as I would if I masturbated to orgasm. I have narrowed down my PE to some sort of prostate inflammation...the premature ejaculation is brought about by some kind of pressure down there. Anti-inflammatories seem to help with this pressure feeling but do not stop it completely. I think that abstaining and continuing to use the anti-inflammatories may reduce the wet dreams over time. Also, interestingly my PE only occurs on my left side...the right side feels completely normal. I attribute this to favoring the left side of my penis when masturbating with my right hand.

    Does this sound familiar to anyone? Has anyone tried pelvic floor exercises to stop PE and nocturnal emissions?
     
  5. Gonnabeatthis

    Gonnabeatthis New Member

    Had a wet dream yesterday, 85 days into my reboot.
    Feel like shit again now and it feels like a setback.

    Don't think when you start getting wet dreams everything will be normal again, it is not the case.
    Worst case is that it's putting you back for weeks reboot-wise.
     
  6. original

    original hope

    hollow said it the best.
    may i just add that from what i read so far, about the effects of WD, some say its a set back while others don't think much of it.
     
  7. Gruznbyrg

    Gruznbyrg New Member

    Dude, I replied to your msg. I really want to help you, but I don't think you really need any more advice. You need to DO. You know what your issue is and you know how to address it. Check out the link I posted on the other thread or simply google the methods I mentioned.
     
  8. CR123

    CR123 New Member

    I've been trying to address it for years. The problem is that doing reverse kegels seems to make the PE worse and I don't know why. Anti-depressants (Celexa) made the nocturnal emissions go away but no the PE. I also didnt feel the benefits of abstinence while I was on the Celexa. Anti-Inflammatories have worked somewhat but not as well as I would like. I wonder if these nocturnal emissions are the body's way of withdrawing from pornography and excessive ejaculation.

    I went on a no porn streak for over one year (when I was 19), but I was plagued by extremely frequent wet dreams (sometimes 2 or 3 in one night, every few days). The wet dreams brought on the same symptoms I had from PMO.

    I was able to go 90 days without ejaculation of any sort last year and I felt great and looked so much better. The key was anti-inflammatories...but I haven't been able to recreate that streak again.
     
  9. Gruznbyrg

    Gruznbyrg New Member

    If the reverse kegels make it worse, then try the pelvic floor and related muscles stretches, massage (you can use a tennis ball and a chair - go easy though), breathing exercises (you can breathe deeply and feel your pelvic floor drop a little as you lungs expand downwards - even if you don't feel it at first deep breathing helps relax you and your tense muscles), meditation, progressive relaxation, foam roller massage, etc. And again, go see a physio who knows what they're doing.

    I posted a link in the other thread to a lot of great advice, but if you didn't like it here are some search terms to get you going:
    https://encrypted.google.com/#q=pelvic+floor+stretches
    https://encrypted.google.com/#q=pelvic+floor+foam+roller
    https://encrypted.google.com/#q=pelvic+floor+breathing
    https://encrypted.google.com/#q=progressive+muscle+relaxation+audio
    https://encrypted.google.com/#q=pelvic+floor+physiotherapy+YOUR+CITY+HERE

    EDIT: I forgot to say that I wish you the best and we all know how painful it is to deal with these issues. I don't want to discourage you from posting so as I've given my advice I'll leave it at that.
     
  10. boston

    boston New Member

    WDs don't mean anything. I have one every five years or so, and that includes the times before HSP. It's largely individual.
     

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