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Ejaculating once in a liquid thick stream. Is this normal?

Hello I hav a friend he has live togrther relation with a girl. According to him he ejaculates only once in stream of semen but as we know all men ejaculates multiple timez during intercourse.that too in pulses not liquid thick stream as he says .Is this normal ,,,,or kind of impotency process like masturbation but for 3-7 mints depends So kindly suggest ejaculation once im stream like masterbation is normal during with woman
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Thanks for query,
You first understand the man's sexual act.
Sex in our mind causes first arousal then erection then ejeculation ended by release of semen.The flow of ejection is involuntary & we can not control it nor regulate it.
Masturbation never causes impotency.
There is a difference in experience of masturbation & actual sex with girl as in masturbation we have control of pressure on organs.
So nothing to worry about stream or drops.
Answered: Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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