Most of the man's semen is produced in the seminal vesicles near the base of the penis. Sperm are added from the man's testicles before he ejaculates.
Semen should only be present in urine if you urinate immediately after ejaculation. The semen still resting in your penis will then be flushed out as the urine makes it way out of the body. Your body will not normally have semen in its urine because when you ejaculate, you bladder does not let out any urine. Also, when you urinate, your body will not let semen come out even though the tube coming from your bladder and the tube coming from you seminal vesicle both lead to a common tube, the urethra.
It helps clear the urethra of any semen left inside.
That's semen not urine, you will leak it whether you mean to or not.
An average adult male ejaculates about 5 ml of semen.
None semen is suposed to come out one way or another. his body just keeps producing more.
A man's supply of semen is constantly being replenished, but after several sessions of sex or masturbation a man can temporarily run out. His penis will pulse and try to ejaculate but nothing will come out.
There is still ejaculation. Semen and other fluids still come out, but no sperm.
semen production never stops for a man.Unlike women man can produce semen life long.
the average man has around 3 tablespoons of semen he can ejaculate.
No, neither sperm or semen come from the backbone. Spermatozoa are produced in the testes, and the rest of the semen is produced in the seminal vesicles or the prostate. All this is expressed out of the penis upon ejaculation.