Don’t forget to take a look at your semen after ejaculation! Is your semen in a regular state?
Why do you need to observe your semen? The answer is that if you see your semen change from its usual look, it could tell that you might have male reproductive abnormalities.
You can observe your semen after ejaculation using the characteristics listed below
1. The color of semen – Normally, the color of sperm is grayish-white. If the color changes to green, yellow or mixed with red, one should go through the examination on infection, prostate cancer, or Jaundice.
2. Volume – a usual amount should exceed 1.5 ml per one ejaculation.
3. Thickness – Normally, at the primary ejaculations, semen will be thick. Then, after 15-30 minutes pass, semen will get lighter and be more liquidy. If semen remains thick or is clotted after more than 30 minutes pass, it is a sign that there could be some abnormalities.
Men can observe their own semen using these 3 characteristics. If there is any abnormal condition as stated above, please see the doctor to examine and find suitable treatment further.
Reference: Prime Fertility Center Co., Ltd.