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Having uncomfortable ejaculations, sperm is too thick and little. No pain and issues with painful or frequent urination.

Apr 2013
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I'm wondering what the issue might be here. 56 year old male having somewhat uncomfortable ejaculations as if sperm is too thick to move through the system. Very little, if any, discharge of sperm upon ejac. No daily pain, no apparent enlargement of testes. No considerable issues with painfull or frequent urination.
Posted Sat, 28 Sep 2013 in Men's Health
Answered by Dr. Ivan R. Rommstein 1 hour later
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Detailed Answer:
the amount of ejaculated sperm varies and depends on several factors. Also it is usually decreasing with aging so it can be found in healthy people but It can be sign of abnormal ejaculate consistency which is found in prostate and epididimal infections. Also some other urinary infections,kidney stones, urethral strictures can lead to such difficulties as well. So you need to do semen analysis,prostate ultrasound and std testing to rule all these conditions out especially if you plan to have children. if sperm stay in urethra or ductus deferens it can lead to repeated uroinfections so don't ignore these signs and do tests I be recommended. Wish you good health. Feel free to ask
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