I love cum. There, I said it. Sometimes one has to turn to fake cum recipes in these trying times. The average male produces around 1 teaspoon of sperm with each ejaculation.
Semen is typically whitish-gray in color with a jelly-like texture. This can vary slightly depending on your genes, diet, and overall health. Read to find out what yellow, green, brown, and other colors may mean, when to seek treatment, and more. Your semen is made up of a variety of minerals, proteins, hormones, and enzymes that all contribute to the color and texture of your semen. The substances primarily responsible for this color are produced by your prostate gland. This includes:. Other components are derived from the seminal vesicles, the bulbourethral gland, and the urethral gland.
Is your semen normal?
It's probably one of the last things on your mind when you've just ejaculated , but the consistency, look and smell of your semen can be a good indicator of your overall health. If it's cloudy-white or grey with a jelly-like consistency, you're winning. While differing semen colour and consistency is usually nothing to worry about, there are a few signs it's worth keeping a look out for incase you have a sexually transmitted infection or you're concerned about fertility. We speak to consultant urological surgeon John Davies about optimum semen health, and any red flags you should look out for:. We all know that semen is the male reproductive fluid, but your swimmers only contain up to 10 per cent of sperm. The rest consists of enzymes, vitamin C , calcium, protein, sodium, zinc and fructose sugar, all of which can go a long way towards telling you what's going on inside your body. Healthy semen is usually a cloudy-white or grey fluid with a jelly-like consistency. Approximately to million sperms are released each ejaculation but this can also vary,' he adds. If your semen has a red or brown appearance, it is more than likely due to a burst blood vessel and is usually nothing to worry about.
Skip navigation! Story from Sex Tips. Like falling in love or meeting your soulmate, people say you'll "just know" when you're having an orgasm. That's a lovely sentiment, and might be true for some people, but sometimes you might actually not know. Orgasms can be explosive, subtle, inaudible, or somewhere in between. If you aren't sure what you're "supposed to be feeling" during an orgasm, that's okay, because it can be confusing. Unfortunately, many people feel embarrassed and defeated when they question whether or not they've had an orgasm, says Vanessa Marin , a sex therapist who specializes in teaching women how to orgasm. The truth is that orgasms can feel very different from person to person, and one person can "experience wildly different orgasms ," Marin says.