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What causes a mans cum to be stringy?

What causes a mans cum to be stringy?

Protein: Semen is a product of several things. There are secretions from the testicles themselves, secretions from the prostate and from the seminal vessicles and the cowper's glands along with mucous from the urethra. All of these have amounts of carbohydrates but the majority is protein. The protein nature makes the seminal fluid viscid, thick and stringy. With time it liquifies & stringy. ...Read more

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Why is my semen sometimes stringy?

Why is my semen sometimes stringy?

Called viscosity: Semen is ejaculated as a clumpy, tapioca type fluid that liquifies over 15-60 min. After that, it has various degrees of stringiness like molasses. This is normal. ...Read more

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What does it mean when cum is stringy?

What does it mean when cum is stringy?

Nothing specific: Can be an indication of hydration status, protein content, sperm concentration, etc. ...Read more

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Thick stringy semen, should I be concerned?

Thick stringy semen, should I be concerned?

No.: Not if other symptoms are not present. Normal for most! ...Read more

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Mucus is very thick stringy like glue from trach?

Mucus is very thick stringy like glue from trach?

Dehydration: People who have trach are always at increased risk of infection and chronic inflammation. If there are other signs of infections (fever, lethargy, altered level of consciousness) seek immediate medical attention. But while you are waiting try increasing the fluid intake of your child. At age 2 they may not be able to adequately express thirst. ...Read more

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5 weeks after having a baby there is stringy stuff coming out. Help?

5 weeks after having a baby there is stringy stuff coming out. Help?

Get a check up.: If this "stringy stuff" looks fleshy, especially if it is accompanied by pelvic cramps and/or vaginal bleeding,, it will be advisable to get a check up to make sure that you are not passing some retained products of conception. Persistent bleeding and retention of placental tissue may lead to anemia and infection respectively. Would you be interested in video consult to discuss this matter? ...Read more

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