According to a survey, 79 percent of women swallow cum. When it comes to men cumming, 75 percent of women want their partners to cum in their mouths. 58 percent said it’s a turn-on.

What is cum?

The term “cum” refers to the fluid that “comes” from a man’s penis after ejaculation. Semen is the actual name of this fluid; it is normally released during an “orgasm” (a pleasurable sexual feeling).

Actually, mature sperm and fluids from the prostate, seminal vesicles, and bulbourethral glands combine to form semen.

You’re probably aware that sperm cells resemble tadpoles and are frequently referred to as swimmers. Sperm would just keep moving in circles despite their wiggling tails if semen wasn’t there to carry them. Semen helps the sperm get toward the egg.

What is pre cum?

Pre-ejaculate, commonly known as pre-cum, is a fluid that emerges from the penis when it is stimulated. The auxiliary sex glands shape it. These glands produce semen differently from the prostate and testes. Sperm are not produced by the accessory sex glands. There is no way to stop pre-ejaculate from coming out of your penis, and you cannot feel it.

During sexual arousal, a transparent, mucus-like liquid emerges at the tip of the penis (pre-cum). The Cowper’s gland, the Littre glands, and the Morgagni glands are the accessory sex glands that generate it. A few drops to 5 milliliters can be used. Various locations on these glands lead into the urethra.

Depending on the level of sexual excitement, the amount can change from one time to the next for the same person.

The purpose of pre-cum is to lubricate the urethra so that the cum can come out more easily.

How old do you have to be to cum?

The key milestone of puberty for boys is their first ejaculation, which typically occurs at age 13. It’s in contrast to girls who begin their menstruation at the age of 12 or 13.

How much protein and calories are in cum?

The complex material known as semen is produced by the male reproductive system. According to the majority of internet sites, a teaspoon of semen contains 5 to 25 calories.

On the other hand, a 2013 analysis of research studies examined the nutritional makeup of semen. It was discovered that semen had an average protein concentration of 5,040 mg per 100 ml. We may estimate that the average ejaculation includes about 252 mg of protein because one ejaculation typically results in 5 ml of semen.

There are also other nutrients present in semen, including:

  • Calcium
  • Citrate
  • Fructose
  • Glucose
  • Lactic Acid
  • Magnesium
  • Potassium
  • Zinc

Why is my cum clear?

Normal semen is thick and whitish in color. However, several medical conditions can change the color and consistency of semen. Watery, clear semen may indicate a low sperm count, which could indicate fertility issues. It’s possible that ejaculating thin, clear semen is a transient condition.

Possible reasons for clear cum include:

  • Your cum is not cum, it’s pre-cum. Pre-cum is a thin clear liquid.
  • You masturbate too much. Too much masturbation can mean your body hasn’t had time to create more cum.
  • You may have a zinc deficiency, of which one symptom is watery cum.
  • Low sperm count.

Why is my cum yellow?

White blood cell levels in your semen may be particularly high or you may have a small bit of urine in your cum if you have yellow semen. You may have a prostate gland infection if your semen is yellowish-green in color.

Why is my cum chunky?

Chunky cum indicates a high sperm count. High sperm concentration frequently suggests a higher likelihood of getting pregnant through a female partner. Additionally, thick semen is less prone to leak from the vagina. This again raises the likelihood of conception.

Why is my cum watery?

One of the most typical causes of watery semen is low sperm count. Oligospermia is the medical term for low sperm count. What does it mean? If you have a fewer sperm count, it means your semen contains fewer sperm than 15 million sperm per milliliter. Ultimately it means you may have trouble impregnating your partner.

Why do I cum so fast?

Being very excited can cause men to cum too fast. Open communication with your partner about your likes and dislikes, and paying attention to sensations may help you delay ejaculation. Wearing condoms can also help reduce sensation in the penis and help delay ejaculation. 

Cuming fast is common among young males and it often improves over time. Some men cum faster the higher the attraction they feel to their sexual partner, so it might help to tell your partner to take it as a compliment that you cum so fast for her.

Why can’t I cum during sex?

Medication, several long-term medical issues, and surgery can all cause delayed ejaculation. Or it could be brought on by drug abuse or a mental health issue like stress, worry, or depression. It frequently results from a confluence of physical and psychological issues. Men occasionally experience delayed ejaculation, which is common. Only if it persists or stresses you or your spouse out will it become an issue.

Some men may have anxiety about ejaculating during a sexual encounter as a result of a minor medical issue that delays ejaculation. Delay in ejaculation could become worse due to the ensuing anxiousness.