Male ejaculation can cause infertility.
However, some men experience symptoms of infertility after ejaculating, such as pain, tenderness, numbness or burning.
Sperm count, also known as semen count, is a measure of sperm count that is used to determine whether a man’s sperm count is normal or abnormal.
The test is not as sensitive as other sperm count tests, but it is an accurate and reliable test of sperm counts in most men.
If you or someone you know has male ejaculation, you should seek medical help immediately.
It is not known whether male ejaculate is safe or not.
Symptoms of male ejaculations include pain, burning, or numbness in the penis or testicles, or difficulty in having an erection.
If a man is experiencing these symptoms, the doctor will likely want to perform a sperm count test to determine if he has male infertility.
Symptoms may also include difficulty with ejaculating or ejaculating during sexual intercourse.
If sperm count has decreased over time, there may be signs of male infertility such as a decreased sperm count or testicular shrinkage.
Symptoms can also be caused by other conditions, including a medical condition called male infertility syndrome, which causes a man to have fewer sperm cells and no sperm in his semen.
Symptoms, including low sperm counts and abnormal semen, can also occur during periods of stress such as pregnancy or menopause.
Symptoms usually begin in a man when he ejaculates and continue for at least two weeks, and may last up to three months.
If semen counts fall to a normal level, it may not be clear whether or not a man has male fertility.
Symptoms from male ejaculated semen may include: burning pain, numb or tingling sensation in the testicles or penis, and a feeling that you are “not good enough” to have children.
If the symptoms persist, it can mean that you have male infertility and need treatment.
Treatment for male ejaculates is the same as that for any other abnormal test result.
If symptoms persist after treatment, treatment may include testosterone, or a combination of testosterone and a drug called progesterone.
If treatment is not effective, it is important to see your doctor to determine what treatment options are available.
Male ejaculate can also cause an enlarged prostate, called prostate enlargement, which may cause an abnormally small prostate gland.
Treatment of prostate enlargements involves using a prosthetic device called a prosthesis, called a prostatectomy, or removing the prostate from the body.
A prosthesis may also be used to repair damaged tissues, such a scar tissue, that may have caused an abnormal test.
If surgery is not successful, doctors may use an incision or incision-maker to remove the prostate.
Treatment and recovery from male sperm counts can take up to a year or longer.
If an abnormal sperm count was detected before you began treatment, you may have some of the symptoms that are associated with the test result as well as symptoms of male fertility disorder, such for example, numb penis or tingly testicles.
Treatment options include: a prosthetist, such an osteopath or urologist, to treat the abnormal sperm counts