FAQ On Pollution In Boys And Men

Pollution – an act of ejaculation, uncontrolled by the consciousness of a man. This physiological phenomenon is equally common among young men and adolescents, as well as among men of mature age. The lack of information on the mechanism of formation of pollutions entails a lot of anxieties and ambiguities.

FAQ on pollination

When do the first pollutions occur?

The first pollutions occur at the beginning of puberty. Usually it is 12-14 years old.

Why are there pollutions?

Pollution occurs due to the lack of adequate sexual discharge (abstinence, rare sexual intercourse, etc.).

Is ovulation normal?

Pollution is a completely normal reaction of the body to “shed” sexual tension.

Are there daytime emissions?

Yes. Involuntary ejaculation may occur during the day. Although this phenomenon occurs much less frequently than nocturnal emission. Daytime release is considered a variant of the norm if its occurrence is associated with sexual arousal. Involuntary ejaculation, not associated with sexual arousal, may be a variant of pathology.

What determines the frequency of pollutions?

The frequency of pollutions depends on the sexual constitution, the level of sex hormones, the frequency of sexual intercourse or masturbation. The more often a man resorts to deliberate methods of sexual discharge (masturbation, sexual intercourse), the less likely it is to pollute. And vice versa, the frequency of pollutions can increase significantly with abstinence (see. “Sexual abstinence –   benefit or harm? ”).

Lack of pollutions – the norm or pathology?

The frequency of pollutions is an individual indicator. The complete absence of pollutions is not a pathology as well as frequent pollutions.

How to get rid of pollutions?

The only adequate way to reduce the frequency of pollution is to increase the frequency of sexual discharge through masturbation or frequent sexual intercourse.

Mechanism of pollutions

Spontaneous ejaculation is always preceded by an increase in the level of testosterone in the male body. Under the influence of this hormone, a nerve impulse is transmitted to the testes, which release the accumulated seminal fluid.

Daytime and nighttime emissions, most often, arise against the background of irregular sexual activity, when the body of a young or mature man does not receive physiological discharge.

The period of the onset of physiological pollutions corresponds to the transitional age of boys (12-14 years). At this age, the reproductive system of adolescents works in an intensive mode, taking part in the formation of the body according to the male type. The extinction of reproductive function is accompanied by a decrease in the frequency and complete disappearance of physiological emissions in mature and elderly men. This period corresponds to 55-65 years.

The frequency of spontaneous ejaculation is individual for each man. The rate indicator is considered to be a frequency from 1-2 times a week, up to 1-2 times a month.

Causes of Pollution

Nighttime emissions often occur under the influence of such factors:

    • Puberty;
    • Irregular sex life
    • Hormonal imbalance;
    • Dreams of an erotic nature.

If a mature man leads a regular intimate life, then nocturnal pollutions do not bother him. Prolonged sexual abstinence leads to the fact that the man begins to see dreams of an erotic nature, leading to spontaneous ejaculation.

In medical practice, daytime emissions are also distinguished. This phenomenon occurs more often in young people who are prone to differential levels of sex hormones. Such factors can provoke it:

    • Lack of a permanent sexual partner;
    • Excessive sexual arousal provoked by hugs, kisses and other options for intimacy;
    • Physical activity and sports;
    • Emotional outbursts and stresses.

Daytime emissions in mature men may be due to abstinence or other problems of a non-sexual nature.

Norm and pathology

In adolescence and youth, this physiological process is the absolute norm, and indicates the harmonious functioning of the reproductive system. In medical practice, there are often situations when mature men who have a regular sex life encounter nocturnal emissions. If the frequency of involuntary ejaculation does not exceed the permissible norm, then there is no reason for concern.

The pathological variant of pollutions can be said if the man is faced with involuntary frequent ejaculations that are not preceded by sexual arousal. Non-physiological pollutions occur with such diseases:

    • Inflammation of the testes and prostate gland;
    • Benign and malignant tumors of the reproductive system;
    • Organic and functional lesions of the structures of the central nervous system.

These diseases are accompanied not only by spontaneous ejaculation, but also by symptoms such as fatigue, general weakness, increased irritability, impurities of blood or pus in the seminal fluid. Each of these conditions requires medical attention.

If a man does not experience excessive sexual arousal, then there will be no emissions as long as the body receives the necessary discharge. This is not a deviation. In the case of accumulation of seminal fluid, the body gives a command for self-discharge through pollutions.