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Lucy23
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When me and my boyfriend have sex and he cums I was wondering if it was bad for him to have clear sperm instead of white. I always thought they would have white sperm. Can you still get pregnant with him have clear semen?
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LilBlueSmurf
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The colour of the semen isn't important, as long as it's not green (possibly infection) or red/brown (possibly blood) or anything like that. White, clear, and slightly yellow-ish are all normal.

You can still get pregnant (and STI's) with clear semen, so use protection.


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Lucy23
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Thank you so much, I really appreciate it...
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