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I've been giving my boyfriend blow jobs for about a year now. Usually when he finishes there's a good amount of cum, but recently there's been times when he's finished but only tiny amounts of, if any, cum appears. I was just wondering if this was normal? We've talked about it and he says it still feels good when not a lot/not any cum appears, but slightly less good than when a lot appears. Is there any reason why sometimes cum doesn't appear? Should I be worried?
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Nope, that's not something to worry about. It may be because he ejaculated fairly recently so his body didn't have the chance to produce much semen. But there can be some fluctuation in the amount of semen from one ejaculation to the next and it's not a problem for there to be more or less sometimes. =)
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