No sperm when masturbated, help!!!

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  1. Marthajones

    Marthajones New Member

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    I just masturbated like normal
    had orgasm , but no sperm came out :confused::confused::confused:
    Really worried
    please help!!!:eek:
     
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    when was the last time you masturbated before then and more importantly when was the last time you did'nt? The testes can only produce so much before you empty your sac completely after sustained wanking.
     
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    You're fine. Really.
     
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    jus this morning at about 10:45
    :S
     
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    Masturbate right now. See if you get no sperm or precum, then come back and tell us. Be sure to shoot a vid of it too sexy. ;]
     
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    Oh for God's sake!

    Your testes only produce sperm, which comprises only a small percentage of semen. Most of your semen is produced by the prostate, seminal vesicles, and bulbourethral glands (precum). They are not in your scrotum.

    Orgasm is not necessary to ejaculation nor is the reverse true. Sometimes one can happen without the other but it's not typical. Check your urine for cloudiness. You may have had a retrograde ejaculation where the semen enters into the bladder rather than comes out the penis. Save it up for 24 hours and see if it happens again. If it's a pattern, then go see a urologist. Otherwise don't block your urethra when you ejaculate (not saying you did) and be aware that this does happen on rare occasion for some men.

    If, however, you are a woman, Marthajones, then not to worry, you're perfectly fine.
     
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    Well excuse me, i'm not a doctor or biologist, my point was that sustained wanking depletes ejaculatory content from the penis and thus it is nothing to worry about after just one wank.

    And semen IS 'stored' in the epididimus which is in the testes
     
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    Haha MarthaJones is just a character off tv , i am infact a male
    and yeah i will wait 24hours ;)#thanks for your help
    i can sleep now :p
    Much appreciated ;)
     
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    Good to know. It had occurred to me that the reason might have been that you were a woman, Martha.
     
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    That happens to me sometimes during anal.
    Hey... at least you orgasm!!!!
    It's not anything to get concerned about.
     
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    I've had a retrograde ejaculation. I felt so fucking gross and disgusting afterward. I sort of felt like something really wrong happened and I couldn't wait to get my bladder emptied.

    BTW - I don't know why anyone would want to experience a retrograde ejaculation but males can do so by pressing firmly inward with two or three fingers vertically in the area between the scrotum and the anus while cumming. It's not painful. This process just reroutes the ejaculate into the bladder instead of letting it flow out of the urethra.
     
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    Not to correct you on this but actually the testies only make sperm, it's then stored in the Epididymis

    Epididymis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Semen is made further up the track as Jason said.
     
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    No, sperm is stored in the epididymus, not semen. Ejaculatory content does not enter the penis until ejaculation except for pre-ejaculatory fluid, aka precum. Semen is stored in the seminal vesicles. This is the ejaculatory vestibule where the contents from the other organs gather prior to ejaculation. Sperm do not need the sugar content from the other organs until just before ejaculation when they need to become mobile for the long journey ahead. Do a search for how the ejaculatory process works and you'll learn how it all happens. Your testes actually contribute very little to semen. So little that after a vasectomy, which cuts off all pathways from the epididymus and tests, there is little change in ejaculatory volume.
     
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    Some causes of retrograde ejaculation:

    A malfunctioning bladder sphincter, leading to retrograde ejaculation, may be a result of the autonomic nervous system or the operation of the prostate. It is a common complication of trans-urethral resection of the prostate, a procedure in which prostate tissue is removed, slice by slice, through a resectoscope passed along the urethra. It can also be caused by a retroperitoneal lymph node dissection for testicular cancer if nerve pathways to the bladder sphincter are damaged with the resulting retrograde ejaculation being either temporary or permanent. Modern nerve-sparing techniques seek to reduce this risk.
    Retrograde ejaculation is a common side effect of medications such as tamsulosin that are used to relax the muscles of the urinary tract for various purposes. These medications may cause the bladder sphincter to relax as well and fail to contract fully.
    The medications that mostly cause it are antidepressant and antipsychotic medication; patients experiencing this phenomenon tend to quit the medications.[1][2]
    Retrograde ejaculation can also be a complication of diabetes, especially in cases of diabetics with long term poor blood sugar control. This is due to neuropathy of the bladder sphincter.
     
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    Had the samething happened to me after taking Flomax for a kidney related ailment. No juice. Sorta reminded me of the movie, "There's Something About Mary". Stop taking the meds and fireworks returned. I found out later that going dry is one of the reported complications. Seems to me that scientist are on to something. If they can enhance the drugs effectiveness in stopping the production of semen without affecting the hormone levels in men, they could possibly produce a effective male contraceptive.
     
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