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Semen Changes...no info found

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 12, 2007
  • 04:50 AM

My boyfriend is 22 and I took his virginity, so any changes happening because of intercourse is new. We've been having protected sex for about 3 weeks now, approximately 3 to 5 times weekly, and last night he noticed a change in his semen. It was always a little thick and never a large amount (about a tablespoon, depending on how much we had intercourse), but never lacking color. I've also noticed his loss of erection part way through, just in the last 2 days(even though he is definately aroused). I am more experienced (both sexually and medically), but I've never heard of any condition that would cause this. His symptoms are simply a thick jelly-like, clear, semen, accompanied by premature ejaculation. He came before he felt it. He's never had a problem lasting since day one, or with feeling it prior to ejaculating. No pain, no problems urinating. He's changed his residence, began a new job, began seeing me, he's been drinking alot more caffine than usual, and he's been drinking alcohol more than usual on the weekends(socially). I thought stress could be a possible cause for the ejaculation but I'm cluless as to the cause of the change of semen. Help...we are both worried about this...prostate cancer runs in the family...could this be a warning sign, or is this normal?

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