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Low volume of semen, habit of daily masturbation. Hypospermia?

I m a 16-year-old male. Will turn 17 this June. I masturbate about 3-4 times a day. I started masturbating when i was 12 or 13. Initially, the volume of the ejaculate used to be very high. i mean, quite normal, as we see in porn movies (please don t judge). Gradually the volume reduced. Now-a-days it fluctuates, sometimes very high and the other times just like a drop or two. So i searched all about it over the internet and read articles concerning hypospermia. I think i may have hypospermia. still i m not sure. i m quite worried actually. so my question is - is that going to be a problem of my future? can i have kids? is this a symptom of some kind of disease?. I ll be very happy if you can help. (for info - i don t have erectile dysfunction or any kind of chronic disease. apart from this low volume semen thing, i m quite healthy) Thank you and waiting for your reply.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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Hello,
After going through your history I am of the opinion that you do not seem to have any problem. When anyone masturbate very frequently the volume of the ejaculate will reduce as there is no sufficient time for the production of semen and it is absolutely normal. Production of semen needs time so if you still have the doubt leave a gap of about 3 days then assess the volume. Minimum normal volume is about 1.5ml.

Wish you good health.
Answered: Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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