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I am a 21 yr old guy . Have been masturbating since long time, usuallly once a day .. on the average ..

I think the amount ot fluid coming out is too less.. a few drops or so. If i desist from shagging for a few days, it increases, though.

How much is normal .. ?


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one load of semen is typically 1mL. If you are ejaculating significantly less than this on your first shot after abstaining from ejaculation for 3 days, then you may want to consider talking to a urologist.

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