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ignoramus
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i am a 15 yr.old teen.recently,i heard from my psychiastrist about masturbating.is it necessary for every boy to masturbate?also,i have not been wet dreams for about three months now.is it normal?do i need to masturbate because i am not having wet dreams?
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-Jill
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First, wet dreams come and go so it's nothing to worry about if you haven't been having them.

Next, neither masturbation nor wet dreams are mandatory. If you want to masturbate go for it, regardless of the status of your wet dreams.

A thread that may be of interest:
http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/Forum1/HTML/001113.html


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