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i had a dirty dream, and when i cummed in my dream i woke up and found out i cummed IN REAL LIFE?!?!? I am way too embarassed to ask one of my guy friends if this is normal for them too. I just want to know is this normal for other guys too?
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While I'm at it (replying to your threads), I'll reply to this post as well. [Razz]

No need to worry about this one either. Nocturnal emissions, more casually referred to as 'wet dreams' happen all the time. Studies have shown that approximately 90% of males and about 37% of females have nocturnal emissions every so often, so it's nothing to be concerned about it. It doesn't mean anything, and I guess one could even say it's natural. It would seem as though dreams that lead to these nocturnal emissions are simply a way for us to 'explore' and hey, why not just enjoy it? Take care.

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I really don't know why does wetdreams occur but can it make pregnancy occur? it's a normal ejaculation right?
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Yes, it is pretty much normal. However, you'd have to be touching genitals with a partner (or the ejaculate would have to come directly in contact with her genitals) for any kind of pregnancy risk to be presented.

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