A 21-year-old male asked:
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if your semen comes in contact with a cut on your penis, will you body develop anti-sperm antibodies?

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Dr. Frans frederik Erasmus
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Unlikely: Theoretical it is possible, but unlikely. Risk factors are: 1. Orchitis 2. Prostititis. 3. Varicocoel 4. Trauma 5. Surgery Others
Answered on Jan 7, 2019

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Not 100%: It may not remove 100% and there may still be sperm inside the urethra.
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Not true : There is no link between excessive ejaculation and chronic reduced sperm counts and shrinking penis.
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See Your Doctor: See your primary care doctor first, but you may need an evaluation by a urologist to address this problem.
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