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Frequent Nightfall or Wet
Sir / Mam,I am 30 year old guy and suffering from frequent nightfall problem. Frequency is around 2-3 times in a weeks.Around 10 times in a months.Kindly give some treatment for the same
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Night falls are a natural phenomena. But when we start having night falls more than 4-5 times a month, then there is a problem. We start feeling weakness, tiredness, etc.. Do not take milk after 3 pm. Try to avoid non-veg, spicy, fried & chilly food. Do not watch pornography materials. Take good healthy diet, do exercise & yoga daily. Take tab. Confido & chandan adi bhati each morning & evening with water. Keep stumic clean & avoid constipation.
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The unmarried males who don't masturbate usually have night fall  once ina while.Upto four times in a month is considered normal.You are having a bit more pronounced.The condition can be treated with Ayurvedic treatment
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You should consult a good Ayurvedic Sexologist.
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Stop watching or reading erotic material.Meditate for atleast half an hour daily.
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Hi there I understand your concern and anxiety...Even if you have a lot of wet dreams it doesn't mean there's anything wrong with you. Some guys have wet dreams a few times a week. Others may only have a couple of wet dreams during their entire life. Once you start releasing sperm by masturbating or having sex with a partner, you may have fewer wet dreams.
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