ive got the same problem, wereve been tryin for nearly 2 years now ive been pregnant twice once in march 2008 and the again this year march 2009. I miscarryed both time both very early 5 weeks and earlier. my boyfriends sperm is watery too! and only seems thick around feb,march which is odd!... ive had blood tests done and they came back normal... but most of the time its so watery by the time i stand up it runs out like water....! i have tryed laying down.. hand stands, lifting my legs.. but same thing happens...anyone help
I've actually wondered about this and researched it. From what I've read, semen consistency does not mean anything. It can change based on diet, fluid intake, and even how long it has been exposed to the air. My dh is watery too and he got me pregnant first time we tried. Also, semen can be thick and then turn watery later... Like when it comes back out of you after awhile.
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