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What Causes Cum
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It could be that you are just having change in your secretions form hormonal changes. Also it may be normal for you if it is normally this way---- but if definitely a change then have your dr look for an infection as well to be safe. ...Read more
Lack of orgasm: This is called anorgasmia. It is usually caused by a psychotropic medication ( anti-depressants etc) but can be caused due to anxiety and depression without being medicated for it, or a side effect of other medication. It can also be variation of normal sexual behavior since some guys can have orgasm with intercourse but not with masturbation. hope that helps.thanks ...Read more
Hubby did spermcheck test, came back neg. Directions say don't ejaculate for 2 days. Hubby got hard on day 1, but no cum. Could that cause negative?
Nope: These tests usually detect whether a minimal number of sperm or motile sperm are present. Even 1 day of abstinence (had he ejaculated day prior) should not usually give this result. Suggest evaluation by a urologist. For more info see: http://www.Theturekclinic.Com/oligospermia.Html. ...Read more
My boyfriend and I we had anal but he told me that he did not cums in me but I'm still scared that I may be pregnant cause we did it was June 25 and t?
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