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Less sex: That probably isn't the best news, however it is the only well documented method to increase the sperm count. Reducing ejaculations to once every 4-7 days may help, avoiding tight underwear, saunas, jacuzzis (basically anything which raises the temperature of the testicles). Quitting smoking and reducing alcohol will also benefit, and avoid putting your laptop on your lap! ...Read more
I first slept with my husband after our wedding. We made love but he ejaculates watery semen about 1ltr with foul smell and it drains when I stand. ?
You want to b pregna: You only just started. Slow down a bit. He can get a sperm count done - I.e. The concentration and shape and health of his sperm. You can also increase your odds by measuring your basal body temperature every AM. When it rises that and the next day or so are the days you are fertile . The other days are for pleasure. Check out BBT curves on the net. ...Read more
Semen analysis, everything good except low sperm count.Been on propecia (finasteride) 1 mg watery semen never had this before. Could propecia (finasteride) be the cause?
I took 1mg of finasteride daily for a month a year ago, i stopped after experiencing side effects. I still have testicular pain, watery semen and low libido. What can I do to stop and reverse these?
What does light yellow watery semen mean. Is it by std? No drippings, no burning or painful sensation while urinating
Watery semen: Some men have abundant contribution to the ejaculate fluid from the prostate gland, which can dilute the ejaculate somewhat. Without discharge when not ejaculating, or pain/burning when urinating, there is probably nothing to worry about. Most ejaculates are light yellow. Take a specimen to your healthcare provider for a microscopic look at the fluid. ...Read more
Having on/off RT testis veins swelling/warmth feeling and watery semen also. I m worried is there any blockage in epididymis/ejaculatory duct?
Normal ...: Clinically, you have no suspicion for blockage of seminal/ejaculatory ducts. May I ask why you brought this question - concerned about male infertility? More? Contact www.healthtap.com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login - using audio/ video goes faster and gains more info. Best wish... ...Read more
How do you explain low libido,smaller testes&watery/clumpy semen,gynom. months after stoping Androgel?Did not experience any of that before that drug.
Androgel?: Why did you stop Androgel? That drug would take over from your own testosterone so the changes are not a surprise. Please see your doctor for for checking your medical history, examining you, and ordering labs. PS: Testosterone by injection is much less expensive than Androgel. Discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
Normal: Sounds like you are just fine.Get a more detailed answer ›
Pre-cum: Watery liquid is produced by cowper's gland and enters urethra at the urethral 'bulb', and well distal to the seminal ejaculatory ducts. ...Read more
Hello, my semen is watery and my question is, is there any problem or will it effect in conceiving?
Semen: You don't know until you try, but it should not be a problem. ...Read more
I did semen analysis 6 months ago and report came positive with 50%+ active sperms but the semen was watery and thin. Do I have to worry? Normal?
No, ...: The semen thickness (or coagulability) widely varies among men and is not known to affect fertility. Among the features of semen potentially affect fertility, the count, concentration, motility, & shape of sperms, semen volume, & high white blood cells are considered to be clinically significant for fertility, but always evaluate partner. More? Contact www.healthtap.com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login ...Read more
When I abstain from masturbating for a long time and then masturbate, my semen is watery and not white. But regular masturbation gives white. Why?
Concentrated fluid: Semen is a combination of sperm and fluids. Sperm coming from the testicles and fluid from the prostate. While abstaining there is a slight increase in the fluids which causes the semen to be less concentrated. All appears to be normal. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's ok for...: It's ok for each ejaculation or each orgasm to be a bit different from the others. If a guy is having other symptoms such as testicular pain, penis problems, bloody semen, etc..., then he can see his primary care doctor, and perhaps a urologist if needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer