I am a 15 year old male attempting to not orgasm, so far my results have been rather unsuccessful. Not because of any fault of mine really, but because twice I have been foiled a week+ without orgasms by an uncontrollable wet dream orgasm. I have read that when seminal fluid builds up it can be released involuntarily (typically through a wet dream), since adolescent males create a lot more seminal fluid than older adults it is quite possible that without semi regular discharge of this fluid one would continue to have wet dreams. I just had my 2nd wet dream this morning and I have decided to start a wet dream log, I will track every day I do not have a wet dream and every day I do. At this point things may go one way or another:
a. somehow wet dreams do not occur and i am successful in not masturbating/orgasming
b. wet dreams occur in a fairly predictable pattern over time, never allowing me to go too long without orgasm
c. wet dreams occur at random
d. I fall off the wagon and start masturbating again
d is very unlikely, as is c and a. If the information that seminal fluid builds up and needs to be released some way or another then it would seem logical that b would occur, and reveal a pattern of how long (at least my individual body) can go without orgasm.
Looking forward to Marnia and any other people browsing this forums opinion.