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What could it mean when one has low seminal fluid output? Used to come out like a fountain....not anymore

What could it mean when one has low seminal fluid output? Used to come out like a fountain....not anymore

Less prostate sec: As we grow older , the prostate gland loses its glandular cells and fibrous tissue takes its place. So less prostatic secretions and that is the most important component of your seminal fluid and therefore your seminal fluid volume starts to decrease!you are not a 20 year old forever!!! ...Read more

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Is there a difference between seminal fluid and ejaculation?

Is there a difference between seminal fluid and ejaculation?

Component of semen.: The ejaculate, or semen, is made up of sperm from the testicles & fluids from the seminal vesicles, the prostate, and the bulbourethral glands. The seminal fluid is a viscous fluid rich in fructose, making up the bulk of semen. The prostate adds a thin white fluid containing enzymes, citric acid, and lipids. The bulbourethral glands add a clear fluid. Ejaculation is the act of discharging semen. ...Read more

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I know that there is sperm in seminal fluid, but how much?

I know that there is sperm in seminal fluid, but how much?

400 million: During ejaculation about 400 million sperm are released in the man has a normal sperm count. There are about 5 million sperm in preejaculatory fluid which is why the pullout method is not advised. ...Read more

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The amount of seminal fluid I ejaculate varies quite a bit each day. What causes this? Is this normal?

The amount of seminal fluid I ejaculate varies quite a bit each day. What causes this? Is this normal?

Normal & unique...: What you observed & reported could be just normal & unique for you reflecting how you're born and the energy & ability of your existing health state so to manifest such in wide fluctuation. More on life reality? Review the lists of Facts of Life-1,2, &3 by clicking corresponding buttons on the left of HOME of www.formefirst.com. Further? Contact www.healthtap.com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login. Best ...Read more

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If sperm is never released from the testes, it is reabsorbed. Does a similar mechanism apply to the other seminal fluids?

If sperm is never released from the testes, it is reabsorbed. Does a similar mechanism apply to the other seminal fluids?

Sperm yes, semen no: Sperm trapped by blocked spermatic, epididymal tubes or vas deferens (latter after a vasectemy) eventually die & disintegrate. Products of disintegration are then absorbed by macrophage cells. Various components of semen produced by prostate gland, seminal vesicles & cowper's gland escape into the urethra. Theoretically blocked ejaculatory or prostatic duct/s might lead to seminal fluid absorbtion. ...Read more

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Is semen the only thing sperm can travel in? If seminal fluids were absorbed by toilet paper, does that mean sperm die almost immediately?

Is semen the only thing sperm can travel in? If seminal fluids were absorbed by toilet paper, does that mean sperm die almost immediately?

Semen: If any sperm entered the vagina before wiping, pregnancy would be possible if your partner was ovulating at that time. There is no way of knowing how much sperm enters the vagina. Sperm can survive from 3to5 days. ...Read more

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Does sperm in seminal fluid, but few amount, from outside vagina can swim in?

Does sperm in seminal fluid, but few amount, from outside vagina can swim in?

No: Sperm can't get from outside the vagina up to the cervix and to the egg. They need to be placed inside the vagina, preferably high up near the cervix. ...Read more

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