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hello, i ejaculate quite abit, i am 13 yr old.. but theres one problem.. i am not getting any cum when i'm ejaculating and i don't know why.. i ejaculate until i get this sensation in my penis where it tingles and i have to stop..

please help

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You are having a dry orgasm

Many young guys who are just starting puberty find that when they masturbate, from which they derive intense pleasure, they have an orgasm but nothing comes out of their penis (no ejaculation). This is called a dry orgasm.

If you are circumcised, then you would benefit by the use of lubrication. If you don’t have a foreskin, then you will need external lubrication to compensate for the loss of your foreskin. You will need to learn to slide your hand up and down the shaft. Some males purchase a personal lubricant, which is designed to provide lubricant for sexual intercourse. Others may use petroleum jelly, such as Vaseline (which is greasy), baby oil, vegetable oil, or saliva. Some foreskinned males also like to use lubrication, although it is not strictly necessary. Products with harsh and irritating chemicals should be avoided. Shampoo and body wash have been reported to cause irritation.

Boys start puberty at different ages so the age of first semen production varies. One has to be in puberty a year or longer before semen production starts, so there is nothing to ejaculate. Although the muscle contractions to produce an ejaculation occur, there is no semen to ejaculate because semen production has not yet started. When semen production does start, there will be only a few drops at first. It usually is clear instead of milky-colored. The quantity increases later and the color changes to milky white.

 

Some guys just dribble out their semen and some guys shoot it out. Either way is OK. Just enjoy your dry orgasms while you wait. You will see some semen come out eventually.

 

Masturbation should be done in a private place.

ry orgasm

Many young guys who are just starting puberty find that when they masturbate, from which they derive intense pleasure, they have an orgasm but nothing comes out of their penis (no ejaculation). This is called a dry orgasm.

If you are circumcised, then you would benefit by the use of lubrication. If you don’t have a foreskin, then you will need external lubrication to compensate for the loss of your foreskin. You will need to learn to slide your hand up and down the shaft. Some males purchase a personal lubricant, which is designed to provide lubricant for sexual intercourse. Others may use petroleum jelly, such as Vaseline (which is greasy), baby oil, vegetable oil, or saliva. Some foreskinned males also like to use lubrication, although it is not strictly necessary. Products with harsh and irritating chemicals should be avoided. Shampoo and body wash have been reported to cause irritation.

Boys start puberty at different ages so the age of first semen production varies. One has to be in puberty a year or longer before semen production starts, so there is nothing to ejaculate. Although the muscle contractions to produce an ejaculation occur, there is no semen to ejaculate because semen production has not yet started. When semen production does start, there will be only a few drops at first. It usually is clear instead of milky-colored. The quantity increases later and the color changes to milky white.

 

Some guys just dribble out their semen and some guys shoot it out. Either way is OK. Just enjoy your dry orgasms while you wait. You will see some semen come out eventually.

 

Masturbation should be done in a private place.

 

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