Hi Danial, I think this is what you looking for, the average ejaculate consists mostly of protein, citric acid, fructose (a complex sugar), sodium, and chloride. There are smaller amounts of ammonia, ascorbic acid, acid phosphatase, calcium, carbon dioxide, cholesterol, prostaglandins, creatine, other minerals, and numerous other chemicals.
And as for what you eat will change the taste of it, as whoever your with, gives you oral sex, could tell you what you have eaten, strong tasteing things that is.
Hi Danial,, Are you thinking of doing a marathon of sex, if you keep your libido up you shold be OK but dont start playing with drugs, there kill you in the end, if you say you want to have intercourse 3 times in an evening then nothing will supply you with as much sperm as the firsttime, it will always reduce each time.
So please take each day as it comes and enjoy them.
Hi Danial, Low t can caues some things but not confidence, if you think your lacking confidence, then think why and dont try to blame your body, its all in your mind, did your have something that has not gone your way, is that the problem and wont go back, you can only have low t if either had a blood test or things like facal hair growth, muscle growth gone, these last 2 are signs of low t.
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