Understanding Male Seed: What’s Normal and What’s Not

by John Dugan Owner

When it comes to manhood problems, men are usually very quick to tell if something is amiss. But when it comes to male seed, the question of what’s a problem and what isn’t can leave them in a quandary. That’s because even with no changes in routine or male organ care regimen, male seed can change. It might look thin and white one day, then thick and gray the next. So what indicates manhood problems and what is just the normal way seed should look?

Here are some pointers about male seed to help a man understand whether there’s a problem or not.

1) The color. Male seed can be many different colors, all within a range of white or yellow or grey. In most cases, seed is a creamy or pearly white, trending to a greyish color. For some men, however, it might have a tinge of yellow. And for others, it might even have little color at all, and look more like water than anything else.

2) The consistency. Some guys will notice male seed that is very watery, with little consistency beyond that. Others will notice something at the other end of the spectrum – thick, almost like jelly, even with thicker globules within the stream. Either of these is perfectly fine. In fact, a guy might have one consistency with one release, and then another consistency with the next.

3) The range. Though some men are really curious about how far their male seed will travel, how far it actually goes varies widely. Some men notice a little spurt and a dribble, but nothing more. Others feel as though it has the power of a fire hose, and that they could hit the ceiling if they tried hard enough. It’s a wide range, but as with consistency, anything within that range is normal.

4) The volume. Again, this will vary. For most men, however, they can expect to produce up to one teaspoon, or five milliliters, with every release. It varies depending upon whether a man has recently gotten off (which might result in less) or has gone through a dry spell (which might result in much more).

When male seed issues might mean manhood problems

So when should a man worry about the quality of his seed? Though there is obviously a wide range of normal, there are some points to keep in mind.

If a man notices red, brown or pink seed, that might indicate the presence of blood. Though this might happen from time to time and mean very little, if it happens more than once, a guy should get it checked out to ensure nothing serious is going on.

Another thing to watch for is volume. If a man is consistently producing very little male seed – or none at all – then he needs to mention it to his doctor. This could indicate a variety of issues, many of which have an easy fix. But the only way to know for sure is to get the expert opinion.

Finally, any pain with release is always something to worry about. Again, occasionally this happens and means very little; but if it happens more than once, it might indicate something is amiss.

No matter what a man’s male seed is like, he can take steps to avoid any manhood problems with the use of a high-quality male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A guy should look for a crème that includes all he needs for healthy skin, such a vitamins A and D, a healthy dose of L-carnitine and L-arginine, Shea butter and of course, vitamin E. These vitamins can help improve the look of the member, and can make a man feel much better about the overall health of his package.

Visit for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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