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Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by earllogjam, Nov 1, 2011.
If so what does he ejaculate?
yes my partner still cums and has been fixed it is seminal fluid
Very little of what you ejaculate comes from the balls.
Correct, most of the ejaculate is produced in the glands behind your penis roots.
A man without testicles, (eunuch) would not ejaculate due to his lack of testosterone.
That just shuts down sperm production, not semen production.
Yes. There won't be any sperms swiming around in it, but the majority of spunk comes from the prostate (and I think there's another gland involved as well).
Not true. Although without hormone replacement he won't feel like doing it very often.
I've read somewhere that Eastern eunuchs had both cock and balls removed. In the West it was usual for the balls only to be taken, as in 'castrato' singers. As a (rather sadistic) punishment to enemies occasionally just the cock would be removed so the enemy would still have desire but no way of relieving it.
The prostate and the seminal vesicles produce well over 90% of the overall volume.
Sorry gentlemen, but a castrated male will stop producing seminal fluid once the level of testosterone drops. Testosterone is produced primarily by the testicles, a very small amount is produced by the adrenal glands, and it is totally insufficient to trigger production of seminal fluid. (In women, testosterone is produced in the ovaries).
A castrated male that is receiving hormone replacement therapy would continue to produce spermless semen.
"As a (rather sadistic) punishment to enemies occasionally just the cock would be removed so the enemy would still have desire but no way of relieving it. "
Actually, while penectomies were done by warring armies, it was not as a "punishment". Almost certainly any soldier having his penis removed on a battlefield would die of blood loss. History did show that penises were collected on the battlefield as a method of counting the number of enemy killed. Reason being that it is the only appendage that comes singularly (vis a vis fingers, hands. toes, ears, or testicles), and easily removed. Also somewhat bizarre is hat ancient Jewish armies only collected the foreskins of the enemy dead.
This is not true of a guy I knew who lost one testicle in a rugby injury and the other a few years later to cancer. He was not on hormone replacement at the time and could still be aroused, achieve an erection and cum a reasonable amount of normal-looking fluid. Although admittedly his sex-drive was lower than normal.
I believe in hostel 2, she cuts his cock off and feeds it to the dogs, while he cringes over and dies of blood loss.
That's not bad going. And is consistent with what I've read on the subject. Castration in adulthood doesn't necessarily remove all sexual function straight away. But semen becomes more watery and reduces in volume until ejaculations are almost dry. In time, without hormone replacement, erection and ejaculation usually become much more difficult to achieve. But with hormone replacement, erections can be good and ejaculate is quite normal looking.