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For Adults only, I hope i am not offend anyone but is normal to have a wet dream with 0 T

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Alex C

So I am 55 just found out I am at 0 T but I been feeling very arouse lately even having a wet dream...I was fully erotic. My Doc say's that he has never heard of that. I was wondering if any of the older girls have been through this and if that's phase or occurring side effect

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Ellora

Congratulations on being 0T!! 

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Ellora

Oh an no, I haven’t had a “ wet dream,” and haven’t heard of anyone having a wet dream while being 0T

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Alex C

Thanks. Ellora my I feel weird that I lost all that T

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Ellora

It was sooooooo exhilarating for me when I read my Being T free. Especially not having those ugly blobs anymore, and being able to go off of Spiro. It’s the best thing! And I’m so happy for you! Seriously girl, I’m super happy for you! 

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VickySGV

At 6.5 years post op and with vaginoplasty, I still get a form of Wet Dream.  MY T is not zero, but it is in the lowest normal range of a female T, which cis females have.  They are maybe once every 3 months as just about when I would PMS if I were younger and cis. 

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Alex C

Thanks girls. Your kindness and support is appreciated more then you know..Lv 

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Maid In Bedlam

I hate to admit it. But I never have had a wet dream. I wouldnt know what a wet dream was like if it slapped me in the face.

 

Am i normal???

 

 

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SaraAW

I think this may have been mentioned on another post, but I feel it important to reiterate: 0 T is very bad. This can lead to severe health issues. Ladies need some T for some important physiological processes. Speak to your doctor if you are showing levels of 0 T. 

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Dana Michelle
1 hour ago, Maid In Bedlam said:

I hate to admit it. But I never have had a wet dream. I wouldnt know what a wet dream was like if it slapped me in the face.

 

Am i normal???

 

 

I've never had a wet dream either.

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Alex C

Thank you Sara...I will make that 1 question for him.

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VickySGV
29 minutes ago, SaraAW said:

I think this may have been mentioned on another post, but I feel it important to reiterate: 0 T is very bad.

 

Thank you for catching that one Sara, yes, a zero reading is not good and can cause problems. 

 

In my ten years on HRT zero either means a flaw in the testing comparison since I noticed that on a Male scale (which has been accidentally done once and caught by my Endo) they used the term "too low to measure: but on female comparison scale it was low normal, or  the zero is an outright erroneous test result that needs to be re-done.

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Ellora

I rechecked my T score, and I’m not “0T”, I’m at a level that is considered “T” free” I still have a small amount.

 

@Alex C I hope you just have low t and not 0t 

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MaryMary

I have trace amounts that's very near to 0 but my endo does not seem to panic so I guess I must be ok :D

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MaryMary

I have 0 libido, low energy and I'm very mega zen so it all point to very near 0, lol

I have a hard time thinking about it awake if I try so no wet dreams for me

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Josie Beth

I wouldn’t say that I have no libido at all but it’s not something that I think about constantly like it used to be. It’s not something that switches on involuntarily. And I actually appreciate that it doesn’t just switch on. Life is a lot more calm. 

 

My T has been low for several years. It started declining after my first attempt to transition and then remained lower than normal levels until last year when it started to get even lower on its own. One of the side effects of low T and no E is constant fatigue. It sucks to have such low energy that you can’t get up in the morning. You can’t function at a job. E helps alleviate that a lot. It also helps balance other hormones in the body. 

 

In the earliest days of transition, occasionally I would have a resurgent libido but it doesn’t happen anymore. It’s even difficult to get mentally turned on. I don’t look at it as a curse, it’s actually nice to be more in control of that aspect of life instead of ruled by it. 

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Ellora
Just now, Josie Beth said:

I wouldn’t say that I have no libido at all but it’s not something that I think about constantly like it used to be. It’s not something that switches on involuntarily. And I actually appreciate that it doesn’t just switch on. Life is a lot more calm.

This is exactly how I feel! 

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Josie Beth

@Ellora 😊

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Alex C
On 9/7/2019 at 2:07 PM, Ellora said:

HeyI rechecked my T score, and I’m not “0T”, I’m at a level that is considered “T” free” I still have a small amount.

 

@Alex C I hope you just have low t and not 0t 

Maybe that what he meant. But I am right in line with JB. very low energy my gym work outs are not as intense,   my zen is at 8. However, I am still super -excited- the W.Dreams really scare me....Maybe I am just broken or super bless...either way win-win

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Maid In Bedlam
On 9/7/2019 at 6:31 PM, SaraAW said:

I think this may have been mentioned on another post,

 

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Zero testosterone?

I would get that sorted at once.

 

You do relise that No testosterone is in the long term pretty bad to borderline dangerous

 

 

 

I did. a few threads  ago in. " Hey My T count is down to zero"
 
Needs to be sorted out or corrected. Im surprised they would not give you an exact amount when discussing your levels. I know mine exactly. Well up to the last test anyway.  Thats pretty rough. But hey ho. I guess thats how they roll over there.
 
I Once dreamt i caught in a rain storm that just never stopped. (We are talking biblical here) Does that count as a wet dream?
 
 
 
 

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Ellora

As far as I can remember, I only had “wet dreams” while I was going through puberty, and not much after my teens. Every once in a while I was close to experiencing one from time to time, but only if it was a highly erotic dream. 

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TammyAnne
Just now, Ellora said:

As far as I can remember, I only had “wet dreams” while I was going through puberty, and not much after my teens. Every once in a while I was close to experiencing one from time to time, but only if it was a highly erotic dream. 

This has been my experience.

Not in recent memory have i had a wet dream, maybe decades ago?

I do have an occasional erotic dream, but in those I am always a woman. Otherwise, my dreams are more or less genderless.

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Maid In Bedlam

It took me about 10 years into transition before i started to dream with me mainly in female form. You my freind are very lucky.

 

Im afraid it is not wet. Last one i recall is i was working in a shop near Harrods in knightsbridge.

 

I know i was near that shop as the harrods christmas float went past at speed.  Thats how i remember it. It doesnt normally break the speed limit. Poor old santa was hanging on for dear life.

 

Typical. Never in some sort of strange erotic fantasy. Always something mundane. Well if you call that mundane.

 

and no it wasnt raining.

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Ellora
23 minutes ago, TammyAnne said:

in those I am always a woman

Recently, I’ve noticed that I’ve been dressed as a women in my dreams a couple of times. Nothing erotic, just dressed in what I normally wear at home. Since I don’t dress in women’s clothing full time yet, it doesn’t surprise me that I am not dreaming looking like a women full time. 

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Rachael

I don’t remember much of the dreams but yes I get them and they are so disgusting but since hrt and the orchectomy they are not as frequent. 

 

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