What Is The Remedy For Watery Sperm?

Hmmn, a lot of people have always assumed that the physical appearance of sperm is not enough to determine the fertility of a man. That of course is correct to an extent. Yet, so many people trying to conceive keep asking about watery sperm, symptoms and treatment. On this page, I’ll show us what research says about watery sperm, symptoms and treatment.



Is watery sperm a sign of infertility?

Symptoms of watery sperm

Causes of watery sperm

Treatment of watery sperm



Sperm is supposed to be a thick, whitish liquid released from the penis when a man reaches an orgasm. What we know as “Sperm” is actually an ejaculated liquid made up of semen and sperms. The semen part of the ejaculate cannot cause pregnancy, whereas the sperm content of the ejaculate is what causes pregnancy to occur.


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Please note that some liquid may come out of the penis before orgasm. It is semen, also called precum. It’s usually more watery than the ejaculate released when a man reaches orgasm. It is also clear in color. Don’t mistake the precum for sperm. Precum contains no sperm and can’t cause pregnancy. So a watery precum is normal, it is not same as a watery sperm.



Aside from the thickness of the sperm, the color can also vary. Of course, the potency of an ejaculate cannot be accurately determined by mere physical examination of texture and color of the ejaculate. Yet the texture and color may be pointers to the health of the sperm.



Is watery sperm a sign of infertility?

According to experts, watery sperm may be a sign of low sperm count. Similarly, sperm that isn’t whitish may also be a sign of fertility problems. Hey, don’t go looking at your partner’s sperm to declare him fertile or not. A sperm analysis done in a medical laboratory will give a correct report of sperm health.



Please note that having a low sperm count can make it more difficult to achieve pregnancy but doesn’t make it impossible. A man with low sperm count can make a woman pregnant but will need more luck than one with an adequate sperm count.



Symptoms of watery sperm

  • Low sex drive
  • Difficulty in maintaining an erection
  • Pain, swelling or lump in the testicle
  • Loss of facial or body hair



Causes of watery sperm

  • Masturbating and ejaculating up to 3 times a day
  • Low levels of zinc
  • Genetic conditions
  • Getting older than 40
  • Infections like gonorrhea and HIV
  • Alcohol and drugs
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Excessive smoking
  • Tumors
  • Retrograde ejaculation: when semen goes back into the bladder
  • Radiation or x-rays
  • Stress
  • Obesity
  • Testosterone and anti-biotic medication



In many cases, watery sperm is temporary and will give way to a normal sperm on its own over time.


Treatment of watery sperm

First and foremost, go for a sperm analysis to ensure that there is a fertility issue with the watery sperm.

  • Ejaculate less often to preserve your sexual hormones. Do not ejaculate more than 3 times a week.
  • Try to avoid ejaculating too quickly during a sexual activity. The longer you stay, the richer the sperm produced.
  • Eat foods rich in vitamin E and Selenium
  • Eat banana
  • Add Dates to your diet
  • Enjoy Beetroot
  • Eat Mangoes


Further reading on water sperm symptoms causes and treatment 


    • Eat a diet full of whole, nutrient-dense foods to foster sperm production
      Exercise regularly. Doing so may help boost testosterone levels
      Try yoga or meditation to lower your stress levels. Cortisol (stress hormone) can impact testosterone production
      Ask your doctor about herbs and supplements that may promote male fertility, like Tribulus terrestris, black seed, Coenzyme Q10, folic acid, horse chestnut, L-carnitine, Panax ginseng, and zinc.
      Obstructive azoospermia may be treated by either reconnecting or reconstructing the tubes or ducts that aren’t allowing the sperm to flow. This may mean surgery or other procedures. Hormonal treatments and medications may also help if the underlying cause is low hormone production.

      Non-obstructive azoospermia may or may not respond to medical treatment. But there’s some good news: You may still be able to achieve pregnancy with a biological child through in vitro fertilization or intracytoplasmic sperm injection.

      How? Your doctor can extract sperm from the testes using a tiny needle. This retrieval may be done during a biopsy as well. This procedure may work even if you only have a few sperm present in your testicles.

      If you choose to go this route, it’s important to receive genetic counseling to understand the root cause and how it may impact any biological children.


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