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Does less semen mean low t?

Low testosterone invites a copious number of nasty side effects. The medical condition can often be debilitating and have a serious effect on one’s quality of life. With that in mind, if you are experiencing less ejaculate, then you are potentially suffering from low testosterone.

Low t

Low testosterone, also known as low t or hypogonadism, is experienced when the body is no longer capable of producing healthy levels of the sex hormone testosterone. Low t is largely experienced in aging males, as the body become less equipped to produce testosterone with age.

Symptoms of low testosterone can range from increased body fat, hair loss, fatigue, muscle loss, erectile dysfunction and even depression. A new study has since determined that one possible way to tell if you are potentially suffering from low t has to do with the amount of semen produced during ejaculation.

As reported by Every Day Health, low testosterone affects an estimated 5 million men within the United States alone. It has also been determined that hypgonadism, while not affecting your ability to orgasm, can decrease the total ejaculate created during orgasm.

“The experience will vary among individuals, but it’s not uncommon for a man to be disconcerted or displeased with a sudden change in normal ejaculation,” Ryan P. Terlecki, MD explained.

Dr. Farooq also pointed out that low t can devastate one’s sex drive.

“One of first markers of low T is loss of sexual desire. The body uses very little testosterone for libido, so it’s often the first sign.”

However it was ultimately determined that low t can affect the total seminal fluid produced within the body, as semen is produced by the prostate, testicles and seminal vesicles. If you are experiencing low seminal fluid when ejaculating, consider visiting a testosterone clinic to speak with a medical professional and determine if you are suffering from low testosterone.

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