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I am a 23 yr old male,very active sexually.I have sex thrice daily.When i cant get any,i jerk off,sometimes upto 5 times in a day.Lately i have noticed a decrease in the liquefaction time of my semen.It liquefies approx 30 secs after ejaculation.The volume too keeps fluctuating,decreasing with each ejaculation.plz help.
What you are describing seems normal. Ejaculate takes time to build up-=and you are ejaculating so much that the semen can't regenerate quickly enough. If you think there is something else going on, or even if you don't, you should see a qualified doctor to make sure there is no medical explanation for this that shows some kind of problem. I am not a medical doctor and not qualified for a definitive opinion on this question.
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