Why is my cum chunky

Duration: 6min 22sec Views: 1474 Submitted: 21.07.2020
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Many people have naturally thick semen. You should only keep an eye on it or consider seeing your doctor if you experience other symptoms. Semen texture varies widely from person to person. Your unique biology can affect the smell, taste, and texture. Some habits, such as smoking marijuana or drinking alcohol , can also affect your semen volume and texture. These habits lower sperm count and sperm concentration in a single ejaculation, as well as lower overall testosterone levels.

what does it mean when a female have chunky cum?

A chunky, white discharge is not a sign of a yeast infection. Really. – Dr. Jen Gunter

If you pick up a GYN textbook the section on candida vaginitis, i. Chunky white discharge being synonymous with yeast is something someone once wrote in a textbook and the myth was perpetuated over and over again until it became accepted as fact by providers and patients alike. One housekeeping point. Those comments will not be accepted because it will be clear that you have not read the post, that you are rude, or both. Several studies have actually looked at the symptom of vaginal discharge to see if it is predictive of yeast or other causes of vaginal irritation. Many researchers have looked at diagnosing vaginitis over the telephone and time and time again they fail. What about the discharge a doctor sees when they put in a speculum?

Why are there jelly-like lumps in my ejaculate?

The consistency of semen varies from person to person. It can also change over time or even from one ejaculation to another. Thick semen is not always a cause for concern, especially if this consistency is infrequent.
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