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How Long Is Semen Sterile
My fiancee and I are ttc and he thinks he is sterile because he's never had a kid yet (hes 31) his semen is thick and chunky and his testicles are smal?
See a urologist: Ask your fiancée to see a urologist for assessment, good luck ...Read more
I think I sexually sterile. Semen does not come out and just (prostatic fluid) out ; with pain in the bladder. Yellow liquid during urination?
Semen analysis: Price is generally $100-$150. Actually takes <1 hour to do depending on the lab. ...Read more
Need exam: If you are having discharge from your penis you need to see a doctor who will test it and check for signs of infection, especially you are sexually active. ...Read more
Doesn't matter...: It doesn't matter how long, because the living things in healthy, normal semen are the sperm. The rest of the semen is not alive and thus does not survive nor die. Sperm on a bedsheet are out of their natural environment and can do nothing. If a sperm can do nothing, it does not matter how long it can survive. That said, the answer is yes, the sperm are dead after 24 hours, maybe after 24 minutes. ...Read more
My semen seems to come out when it's not erect or if I do not masturbate a long time. Is there a way to stop this from happening?
No, but coping...: We are not born equal in the anatomical detailed features of any organs among all individuals. What you reported merely indicates the likelihood of poor sphincteric function of ejaculatory duct & seminal vesicles, which would have no cure, but need to cope with it by avoiding constipation, straining to defecate or urinate, using protecting pad, and it is okay/harmless as long as being functional.. ...Read more
Depends: Variable - hours to day at the most. Planning on saving some for later use? ...Read more
HIV: In certain conditions, the virus can survive outside the body for several weeks. Survival depends on the body fluid, volume of the fluid, concentration of the virus within it, temperature, acidity, and exposure to sunlight and humidity. HIV transmission has not been reported as a consequence of contact with spillages of blood, semen or other body fluids. ...Read more
3-5 days: Semen naturally "drains" from the vagina after ejaculation in the cavity. This occurs immediately after sex. The longest that sperm can survive in fertile (thin) cervical fluid/mucous is five days. Pregnancies can be attributed to intercourse that takes place within the five days before ovulation and the day of ovulation. ...Read more
Unanswerable: Unfortunately there is no real answer to this. What are you really asking? ...Read more
My semen is stringy and I actually have to physically use a tissue to pull it out of my urethra and it's pretty long, is this okay?
Ok, but...: Your described features of semen suggest its viscosity could be at the high end of normal range, which should be insignificant with no need for concern as long as being comfortable and able to reproduce. More? Contact me at www. Healthtap. Com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to log in for an appointment and I can help. ...Read more
Hours: Its very quick, a matter of hours. ...Read more
Up to several (3-5): Days under ideal conditions.Get a more detailed answer ›
That is right...: The pleasuring feeling during ejaculation results rhythmic vigorous contractions of genital tract & pelvic muscles in conjunction of all skeletal muscle tension and surging secretion of endorphin & others in the brain. Its complexity of exact mechanism is still incompletely understood; that is all we've known so far. So, the answer to your Q is yes. ...Read more
Don't take chances: While HIV is reported as only capable of living hours-days in the environment, some hepatitis viruses and other infectious agents can live much longer--also, you do not want to be the first-case-ever for something. Clean up with commercially available antiviral/antimicrobial cleaner or wipe. ...Read more
Varies: It depends upon physical factors like how rapidly the semen dries, the temperature, where the semen is deposited, etc. This virus seldom survives long outside of the body unless it has a cell carrier. Semen can provide that as long as it remains wet. Once it is completely dry the virus will die. ...Read more
Vas deferens is duct: Sperm is produced in the testis, they pass into the vas (1) via the epididymis ; thence to the ejaculatory duct. Most of your semen is produced in the prostate gland (3) ; seminal vesicles (2). Some men are able to ejaculate a second time 15 - 30 minutes after the first. Men tend to produce less semen as they age ; thus take longer before they can ejaculate again. Hope this answers you. ...Read more
For a long time when I ejaculated my semen was blood red. Hasn't happened for 6 months. Should I still worry?
Enterococcus in semen cuture. Put on linezolid 600. feeling better after first dose. For how long should I take this?
Ask your doctor: Enterococcus is not something to mess around with. It is known to have serious antibiotic resistance. Listen to your treating physicians. ...Read more
HIV: Cdc says that drying of body fluids will reduce the viral load by 99% within several hours. There have been no cases documented to have been transmitted by infected fluids off surfaces. ...Read more
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