So often when a man is discussing male organ health matters, he is focusing on the organ itself. What can be done about the odor? Should it have a curve like that? Is that rash anything to worry about? But male organ health also extends to matters beyond the organ itself, so that (for example) an infection in the kidneys would be part of male organ health. By the same token, matters that relate to male organ fluid are definitely male organ health issues. And one question that often arises is why a man’s male organ fluid may be somewhat watery. |
About male organ fluid
All guys know that male organ fluid is the milky liquid that erupts from the member when it has been sufficiently stimulated. But frequently guys know little more than that. For example, men often use the words male organ fluid and male seed interchangeably, but they are not the same thing. Male seed are the male reproductive cells that fertilize a woman’s eggs. Male seed are a part of a man’s male organ fluid, but male organ fluid also includes a mixture of fluids and other ingredients. There are proteins found in male organ fluid, as well as a high percentage of fructose sugars, which tend to account for the jelly-like texture of male organ fluid. The main purpose of male organ fluid is to be the vehicle that transports male seed from the male to the female.
While male organ fluid typically is rather thick, sometimes it may be somewhat watery. When this happens, a man may wonder why this is happening and if this is a male organ health issue he needs to do something about.
Why is it watery?
There can be several reasons why a man’s male organ fluid might become watery. These include:
- Not enough zinc. The Journal of Reproduction and Infertility identifies zinc as a major component in male seed production and male organ fluid quality. The body doesn’t produce zinc on its own, so most people need to get zinc from the food that they eat. (Zinc is also important for other bodily functions and issues.) Among the foods that are highest in zinc are oysters, dairy products, beans, shellfish, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, pine nuts, almonds, and whole grains.
- "Too much" self-pleasuring. No, self-pleasuring is not unhealthy - but when a guy releases seed frequently, it may have an impact on the consistency of his male organ fluid. (And the same goes for having sensual activity frequently - any activity or combination of activities that results in frequent seed releases runs the risk of making the male organ fluid become watery.)
- Alcohol and/or tobacco. Often, watery male organ fluid indicates a low male seed count - and too much alcohol and/or smoking negatively impacts the amount of male seed a man produces.
- Retrograde seed release. This is a condition in which some or all of a man’s male organ fluid flows back into the bladder rather than out through the manhood. When it is a partial retrograde situation, the male organ fluid that does escape through the member may be thinner in consistency.
- Hormone issues. If a person suffers from problems with his thyroid or with the sacks, it may result in hormonal imbalances, which can dampen appropriate male organ fluid production.
There may be other causes of low male seed count that might impact male organ fluid production as well.
Basically, occasional watery male organ fluid is not typically a male organ health issue. However, if it is consistently watery, a man may want to consult with his doctor, especially if he is considering fathering a child.
Watery male organ fluid joins the ranks of male organ health issues, hopefully inspiring a man to daily apply a first-class male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). When selecting an oil, find one that includes both vitamin A and L-carnitine. Vitamin A has antibacterial properties that can help fight persistent male organ odor, a frequent issue for men. And L-carnitine is a valuable amino acid that goes a long way to helping maintain appropriate manhood sensation.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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