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Who should I talk to about wet dreams?

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If you feel guilty or uncomfortable about having wet dreams -- or about a certain wet dream that you had -- talk to someone. Sit down with a doctor, parent, counselor, or another adult you trust.

From: Wet Dream FAQ WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

Nemours Foundation: "Boys and Puberty."

MassGeneral Hospital For Children: "Erections and Wet Dreams."

Madaras, L. Newmarket Press, 2007. The "What's Happening to My Body?" Book for Boys,

Basso, Michael J. Fairview Press, 2003. The Underground Guide to Teenage Sexuality,

Columbia University: "Still having wet dreams?"

AVERT: "Puberty and Boys."

Reviewed by Dan Brennan on December 05, 2017

SOURCES:

Nemours Foundation: "Boys and Puberty."

MassGeneral Hospital For Children: "Erections and Wet Dreams."

Madaras, L. Newmarket Press, 2007. The "What's Happening to My Body?" Book for Boys,

Basso, Michael J. Fairview Press, 2003. The Underground Guide to Teenage Sexuality,

Columbia University: "Still having wet dreams?"

AVERT: "Puberty and Boys."

Reviewed by Dan Brennan on December 05, 2017

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