May Be Pregnant If Sperm Is Watery?
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Basically when it was first removed, the liquid semen has a thick consistency like egg whites. After a few minutes the normal liquid semen will indeed turn into liquid. If when it is released it looks liquid, the condition can be caused by several possibilities, including:
what you see is preejakulat fluid and not cement
ejaculation too often
oligospermia or low sperm count which can be caused by various possibilities
To be able to answer your question, of course, it must be ascertained in advance whether the liquid semen that you are removing is already liquid from the time it was released or actually thick when released and then slowly melting. If it's been liquid since it was released, then the cause needs to be sought further. If indeed you feel there is a certain abnormality in your semen, you should do a sperm analysis check to find out more clearly your fertility condition.
Here are the articles that you can read about watery sperm and fertility
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