Our expert says:
Lumpy semen “cum” is normal for many males. Semen consistency varies from day to day, but can become thick or lumpy if you've been unwell or feeling a bit peaky or dehydrated. It has no impact on fertility, however, but if you're experiencing any pain or discharge (or you're concerned in any way) then don't hesitate to check it out with your GP to check for any underlying medical problem. You can have a semen test and sperm count done if you are still a bit uncertain. You are welcome to also visit the following website that might provide you with a bit more information: <br>http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/menshealth/facts/semenandsperm.htm<br>
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