Some slight concern over white 'chunks' in my semen.
I am highly athletic personal trainer, drink lots of water, have a very good diet. Age 33
My Doctor dismiss's my concern, he doesnt appreciate my gf's & mine general dislike for these chunks telling me its possibly my high protein diet & to drink water.
I dont give much credence to his view as I already drink adequate water, and these chunks have been present for a number of years during which my diet ( protein etc ) has gone through various change's.
Some research seems to state its my testes over producing semen,,again im not so sure this is the case as my qty of ejaculate is normal. Other than the chunks the consistancy is normal.
Anyone had/have this issue?
What can I do to ensure normal semen consistancy?
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