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Question: Clear Semen - Fertility?
|anonymous999 - Thu Feb 22, 2007 5:21 pm||
My husband had full circumcision surgery over a year ago due to severe phimosis. He had never ejaculated before this but has been fine since recovering from the surgery. However, he has only ever ejaculated completely clear semen. It has been slightly thick, like a gel, but not whitish at all. He is 27 years old and we have sex only a few times a month and he doesn't masturbate more than once or twice a month, so I know it's not that he is just ejaculating too often. Could this clear semen mean that he has a low sperm count? We would like to start trying for children in about a year so this is obviously of some concern. He is the first one in his family to have had phimosis and no one in his family has had any infertility issues in the past. He is not currently taking any medications. Thank you!
|Dr. A. Rajput - Thu Feb 22, 2007 11:46 pm||
Its hard to comment on fertility/infertility issue just by knowing about appearance of the semen.
While planning to have a child, if at all the natural means of conception fail, he must undergo Microscopic sperm examination (morphology, motility, count etc) which will answer most of your queries then.
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