Thursday, February 28, 2019

Thin Watery Cum

From the Mail Bag: 

"I stumbled upon your blog quite recently and even though I only expected to do a quick sweep I found myself staying. It has been 5 days now and I have been working through each and every post. I enjoy what and how you do it! I have a ... a question... When I cum my semen is thick and milky and my friend says I shoot so much he cant swallow. But when he cums it is thin and watery. Why does semen differ like this? Sometimes we just jack off and either he uses my cum as lube or I his and I have noticed this difference. Also when he cums on me it burns, like really burns, my cum just feels warm when I cum on myself. Do you know why this is and is that why his cum is more watery than mine?"

So, all we can attribute the heat to is his normal body heat. The groin is naturally warmer - as are the underarms - than the rest of the body. Add in sexual arousal and activity of any kind and the heat quotient rises - especially around the genitals. I don't think it's anything he needs to truly worry about.

Watery semen - called Oligospermia - can be attributed to many factors but the primary reason is low sperm count. The lower the natural sperm count, the thinner - or, more watery - the fluid will seem. According to Healthline, these other issues can contribute to thin semen:
  • Varicocele. A varicocele is a swelling of veins from the testicles in the scrotum. It’s a major, but treatable, cause of male infertility.
  • Infection. Examples include a sexually transmitted disease such as gonorrhea or another kind of infection that causes inflammation of a reproductive organ, such as epididymitis.
  • Tumors. Malignant and benign tumors in the testicles may affect sperm production.
  • Hormone imbalances. Hormones produced in the testicles, pituitary gland, and hypothalamus are all necessary to produce healthy sperm counts. Changes in any of these hormones could affect sperm production.

Other causes of low sperm count can be: Retrograde ejaculation (most of the semen is ejected into the bladder); anti-sperm antibodies in the immune system; injuries (or other problems) with the spermatic cords.

Frequent ejaculation can also contribute to watery semen. If a guy cums multiple times in a day, it can become thinner with each ejaculation. That can be remedied by allowing sufficient time (at least a couple of hours) for the testicles to produce a more normal amount of sperm.

Another possible cause of thin, watery semen is Zinc deficiency. 
Proper levels can help fight off any (possible) sperm antibodies produced by the immune system which mistakenly react to sperm as a foreign body, resulting in thicker cum.

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Outward Signs

Andropause. Male Menopause. Yes, we go through menopause. And it can be as difficult physically and mentally for men as it can be for women. I can attest to that.
Part of the reason mine set in with such ferocity is that my balls never developed properly due to a serious case of mumps. So, when my testosterone levels began dropping off it was noticeable at an earlier age than most men experience.
Spontaneous boners didn't appear as often. When I did get a woody it wouldn't get as hard. I would get tired in the afternoon. My energy levels just tanked - normal activities would wear me out faster. Physical exertion caused me to tire quickly. A roller-coaster of depression set in. I didn't sleep well; tossing and turning, waking often. Morning wood? Not a chance. And that alone was reason to be depressed. 

Sex held no interest and became a chore.
Even jacking off wasn't much of a treat.
Though the Muscular Dystrophy proved to add to many of my symptoms, others pointed toward Andropause. Outward signs can be loss of body hair, breasts get larger, loss of muscle mass and weakness (a sure sign: the butt sags). Oh...some men may actually experience hot flashes. Yes, I said hot flashes. That one is also from personal experience.
Testosterone replacement is only one treatment for Andropause. There are other treatments available. If you recognize any of the symptoms in yourself, go see your doctor for a complete check-up.
According to Healthline's recent article, Warning Signs of Male Menopause, "Lifestyle changes may also help. According to Godec, 'a healthy lifestyle is the best guarantor that your testosterone will remain at a healthy level as you age.' Make sure to exercise, eat a healthy diet, and maintain a healthy weight."

To which I would add: Maintaining friendships and relationships can help keep you grounded and on track.

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Make An Appearance

Gabriel asked if I had a favorite to win. After seeing every nominated film, my bet was for Green Book. And, by golly, it took home the statue. I know of all the controversy between Blackkklansman and Green Book. (And allow me to opine that some of the trash-talk saying Peter Farrelly being white means he shouldn't have any right to tell the story is bogus.) The former was well done and was my prediction until I saw the latter. While film exists to elicit emotion, visceral reaction shouldn't determine the outcome. It should be a matter of observing all the aspects of a film: acting, directing, script, cinematography, editing...the whole shebang. Taking it all into consideration, well...
We had a terrific time, and yesterday didn't help me fully catch up on sleep. I'm still exhausted and the M.D. doesn't help. 😐 Even massive amounts of coffee isn't encouraging the eyes to say open, or chasing the yawns away.
So, if you'll forgive me...I think I'm going to go read my newspaper
and then go back to bed.
With any amount of luck, wood may not only make an appearance

but stick around for a bit.


Friday, February 22, 2019


It's Oscar Weekend! Woot! In my enthusiasm for the coming weekend of finishing up seeing all the nominations, there's a lot to prepare.
This is our "Super Bowl"
and we're stoked!

Can you tell? LOL.
 Have a terrific weekend.
I'm taking a long weekend. See ya on Tuesday.