If my ejaculation is clear does that mean there's no sperm?

I ejaculated a large amount two nights ago and it was completly clear. Does that mean I'm sterile?

ANSWERS FROM DOCTORS (1)


4 years ago by Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut

The only way to know is to have a semen analysis done through your doctor's office.

4 years ago by Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut

The only way to know is to have a semen analysis done through your doctor's office.


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