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How come I don't ejaculate a lot of semen?

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December 15, 2008 7:25PM

The volume of semen ejaculated by a male is highly dependent on a number of things. * Some people have a normally small ejaculate. * Older men tend to ejaculate less than when they were youngsters. * A person who is dehydrated will ejaculate less. * A guy who masturbates or has sexual intercourse very frequently within a given period of time, may experience a progressively smaller ejaculation until he rests and give his body time to catch up. * Young boys who have just begun ejaculating, may experience a thin, more watery ejaculation, which will likely change to become thicker and more copious as they mature. * Some diseases like diabetes, neurological or circulatory disorders will affect how much a man ejaculates. If you are concerned about the volume or quality of your ejaculate, you should discuss this with your family doctor or urologist, who can do a microscopic examination of a semen sample, and provide you with the information you need.