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Posted by: Liza Oosthuizen | 2009/09/25

ejaculation

Why is ejaculation sometimes " lumpy" ?

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Ejaculate (2 – 6 ml) consists of sperm cells plus fluid from the seminal vesicles and prostate gland. If a man ejaculates quite infrequently, the semen could be quite thick and appear ‘lumpy’. Normal semen varies considerably in colour and ‘thickness’ / viscosity. If he is concerned, he should have a check-up with a urologist. For more information visit SA Sexual Health Assoc website: www.sexualhealth.co.za

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