Increase Ejaculation Volume

Increase Ejaculation Volume

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Does any body know a way that I can increase the about of semin I ejaculate?
08/16/2013
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Mwar Mwar
I hear celery is a good thing to eat. Not exactly sure on the science (yet).
08/16/2013
lana'sart lana'sart
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Originally posted by Mwar
I hear celery is a good thing to eat. Not exactly sure on the science (yet).
I have heard the same and Horny goats weed is good to
08/16/2013
mfmtrios mfmtrios
Am interested in this. I saw a very long time ago, a secret recipe by one of the porn stars to make lots of cum. But I never bought the product. I wonder if there is anything really that can help make more volume. Probably time between ejacs and not being dehydrated will help.
08/16/2013
playsalot playsalot
Drink lots of water and don't get off for a week, if you can. You will have a nice size load.
08/16/2013
Pretties Pretties
I ink in the classic the Joy of Sex he says if you masturbate but don't cum about an hour or more before then it stimulates semen production and will increase the volume when you do. I find it makes me cum quicker (and harder) though.
08/16/2013
RonLee RonLee
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Originally posted by Pretties
I ink in the classic the Joy of Sex he says if you masturbate but don't cum about an hour or more before then it stimulates semen production and will increase the volume when you do. I find it makes me cum quicker (and harder) though.
I think that technique is also called "edging".
I occasionally do it to give my GF a little more volume...
08/16/2013
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
Have you tried prostate massage ? Having a plug or prostate device like the Aneros inside you while having intercourse may help. The N Joys Pure Plugs have a design that allows them to move inside you while having intercourse. Of course you have to be thrusting hard enough to make it move. When it moves it gives you a great prostate massage and increased semen when you cum.
Worth a try, you nothing to lose but a lot of pleasure to gain.
08/19/2013
Eugler Eugler
But don't compare your load with the one of pornstars. I heared they inject milk into their urethra to make it look more.
08/20/2013
SecretKinksters SecretKinksters
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Originally posted by playsalot
Drink lots of water and don't get off for a week, if you can. You will have a nice size load.
agreed.
08/20/2013
RonLee RonLee
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Originally posted by Eugler
But don't compare your load with the one of pornstars. I heared they inject milk into their urethra to make it look more.
LOL, really?
Well I guess that shouldn't surprise.
08/20/2013
Cinnyree Cinnyree
oh i have to get updates from this post. Someone tell me why you want to ejaculate more? Are you trying to increase the possibility of getting pregnant or is there something i'm missing?
08/21/2013
RonLee RonLee
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Originally posted by Cinnyree
oh i have to get updates from this post. Someone tell me why you want to ejaculate more? Are you trying to increase the possibility of getting pregnant or is there something i'm missing?
The muscle spasms associated with ejaculation are extremely pleasurable. To have more volume of cum would hopefully prolong that sensation. Another aspect is the aesthetic of cumming a large load. Perhaps most important, for me anyway, is that my partner maintains that she can feel me cum inside her and she says she likes it when I have a large load.
08/21/2013
Gr8pumpkin Gr8pumpkin
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Originally posted by RonLee
The muscle spasms associated with ejaculation are extremely pleasurable. To have more volume of cum would hopefully prolong that sensation. Another aspect is the aesthetic of cumming a large load. Perhaps most important, for me anyway, is that my ...
I think it is visually more exciting for a male to spurt a larger amount than just a dribble when he cums, both during masturbation or other sexual activities that allow the ejaculate to be seen.
I suffer with a dearth of semen, most times it just oozes out anymore. I miss the days when I could launch a good load, sadly, it is probably an age thing. Edging for a while does help, as does more time between ejaculations, but only cumming once a week seems a waste of good fun. I would love to have an easy way to bring back some volume.
09/01/2013
MrWill MrWill
You need more zinc, either in your diet or as a supplement. I would also recommend eating raw veggies when possible (spinach based salad would increase your zinc too) as well as upping water intake. There isn't a lot of studies out there on things you can do to increase ejaculation, but getting more zinc does help (in my experience) and can do so many other good things for you.
09/01/2013
Inquisitor Inquisitor
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Originally posted by MrWill
You need more zinc, either in your diet or as a supplement. I would also recommend eating raw veggies when possible (spinach based salad would increase your zinc too) as well as upping water intake. There isn't a lot of studies out there on ...
Hmmn, Zinc you say? I had been told it was vitamin E. Great, now I gotta do some research...
11/16/2014
henryrice henryrice
Hi everyone,
Generally men have problem with their semen volume and ejaculation load. They want to increase their ejaculation load but they don't know how. They try some products which are not sufficient to provide better results but if you want better results then I would suggest you to use some natural products which can help you to increase your ejaculation load and at the same time, it also does not have any side effects. Same problem I have faced and after many searches, one of my friend suggested me to use Volume pills which increase better erection as well ejaculation gets better.
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02/08/2016
OmazingSexToys OmazingSexToys
You should try sex enhancement drugs, I know this is not a good idea but it works
02/19/2016
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
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Originally posted by MrWill
You need more zinc, either in your diet or as a supplement. I would also recommend eating raw veggies when possible (spinach based salad would increase your zinc too) as well as upping water intake. There isn't a lot of studies out there on ...
I've taken a zinc supplement for years - as far as I can tell it makes no difference. Interestingly I have been enjoying celery (with peanut butter) and I believe it's helping - but more experimentation is required
02/26/2016
Inquisitor Inquisitor
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Originally posted by Gunsmoke
I've taken a zinc supplement for years - as far as I can tell it makes no difference. Interestingly I have been enjoying celery (with peanut butter) and I believe it's helping - but more experimentation is required
Please, post back and let us know.
02/27/2016
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
I think I can answer this one.

To begin, I would like to state that I am not a fertility specialist and anything I provide is for information purposes only. See you own doctor for confirmation.

Now there are two aspects to this:

Semen amount and sperm count.

In a study with Swedish and Danish men, a prolonged interval between ejaculations caused an increase of the sperm count in the semen but not an increase of its amount.

It is a myth that waiting a while will increase ejaculate amount. Sure waiting a day or two between yes, but you will still get the same amount (just with more sperm) if you wait a week.

Now if you want to increase the sperm count. Eat well. Vitamins C and E, glutathione, and coenzyme Q10 have all been shown to help treat male infertility. Vitamins rich in zinc and folate will work even better when combined with the correct lifestyle choices. Cut the red meat, sugar, alcohol and quit smoking.

But if you want to increase the fluid amount of semen it is a bit more hit and miss.

Do everything that you need to do to increase sperm count. Because the more sperm you have the more fluid your body will produce to protect them.

That aside, an even higher dose of zinc together with folic acid and amino acids, drinking plenty of water, and abstaining from drinking sugary liquids like Coke and other sodas/soft drinks, will increase the ejaculate amount.

Male kegel exercises will also help to allow your body to ejaculate better and more.
03/25/2016
Inquisitor Inquisitor
Thanks Toy Guy. I was sorta half right.
03/25/2016
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by Inquisitor
Thanks Toy Guy. I was sorta half right.
You are welcome, I can provide further details if anyone wishes.
04/26/2016
merc41 merc41
I have two problems. One I would like to ejaculate a larger amount. It is a mental thing and I think you could feel a larger amount being expelled. But due to health problems the meds I take actually lower the amount of ejaculate. I have tried more fluids,man 1 oil,zinc supplements,celery to no avail. Doctors don't much care as this is non health threating. It is a quality of life issue. The second problem is the same health issues dictates that I use large amounts of pain meds ( opiates ) which decrease penile sensativity. I can go and go without ejaculation. Great for my wife but not for me. Honestly it has taken alot of joy out of sex. Which I may add both my wife and I used to enjoy very much.There has got to be someone in the medical community that specalizes in sexual health. Please don't let this thread die I truley believe there is an answer I ( we ) can't find
Apr 3, 7:11 pm
Lena Eden Lena Eden
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Originally posted by merc41
I have two problems. One I would like to ejaculate a larger amount. It is a mental thing and I think you could feel a larger amount being expelled. But due to health problems the meds I take actually lower the amount of ejaculate. I have tried more ...
Wondering what TheToyGuy can say about it
Apr 4, 3:59 am
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by Lena Eden
Wondering what TheToyGuy can say about it
Well... complex issues like these are not my area so I went an consulted my senior.

Usual disclaimer, my advice is general only and you should consult your doctor before engaging in any of the actions proposed here.

Firstly the basics, yes semen volume is considered only a cosmetic issue as doctors only focus on sperm count and volume is no indication of sperm count and in fact volume can diminish sperm count (i.e. thin the mix).

So lets talk about the 3 main options available...

Increase load: Increasing the overall volume of your semen.
Increase flow: Increasing the speed and exit velocity of the ejaculate itself.
Decrease flux: Decreasing the recovery period between orgasms.

We can increase load via multiple methods (many have been covered and probably done). Abstinence, a good diet, no smoking, etc. can help but the human body is still the thing that produces the natural protective coating for sperm.

So provide the body with all it needs. Key to this is Zinc, Vit C & E plus a little ginseng and maca root to cover all basis.

Popping masses of pharmaceutical pills will not really do much short or even long term and may lead to the opposite effect so increasing the volume of the semen is limited to simply supporting your body to produce enough naturally (i.e. best case scenario).

Flow on the other hand is a lot harder to solve by supplements. Pelvic exercise can help the muscle strengthen, thus allowing you to project semen faster and stronger (a great feeling for the woman or man receiving).

Or you can also try drugs like Flomax which is an alpha-blocker that relaxes the muscles in the prostate and bladder neck, making it easier to urinate. Thus allowing more stored semen to be ejaculated via the same... tube.

Flux (or the concept of it) is very hard to solve. We are talking libido and hormones and a lot of stuff. And this is why I believe I have sidetracked to answer the question.

merc41 as you are undoubtedly aware opiates (and benzos) will cause issues with sex. Some guys cannot get hard some guys get hard but cannot cum. Women can be similarly effected by such drugs and can lead to decreased vaginal sensitivity.

So the goal here is to return sensitivity while giving you pain relief. There is only 2 things I can propose and 1 more to reiterate.

Get your testosterone levels checked opioids really screw with levels. A doctor can proscribe a hormone booster or provide a topical testosterone gel. A few weeks and sensitivity will be back.

The other thing I could advise is to get your thyroid checked, hypothyroidism (low level) can decrease sex drive and cause similar problems. Simple blood test and if your on the low side a tablet or two will solve it easy.

Lastly as I always say, see your doctor. If you think your doctor is not helping see another ask for a specialist if need but get it sorted.

Well that is all, I can provide more detail if needed and suggest a few more less conventional treatments that may assist.
Apr 18, 8:39 am
merc41 merc41
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Originally posted by TheToyGuy
Well... complex issues like these are not my area so I went an consulted my senior.

Usual disclaimer, my advice is general only and you should consult your doctor before engaging in any of the actions proposed here.

Firstly the basics, ...
Thanks ToyGuy. Yes I do see the doctor regularly and I do have low T. With injections it is now in the upper 1/3 range of normal. But I still have the problems. The doc has perscribed a off use drug for women that is supposed to help men with ejaculatory problems. Liitle to no help. I take zinc/copper as well as horny goat weed also. I also get a CBC quarterly per the doc to monitor testosterone levels. The only thing that helps is if I stay off the pain meds for atleast 12 to 24 hours. Very painful and naturaly due to the addictive qualities of opiates not to comfortable( if you know what I mean ). Oral sex works sometimes and I would like to try anal but the wife will not have anything to do with penatrative anal. Any assistance or suggestions would be great.I still want sex but it is frustrating and unfulfiling at times due to the lack of sensation and climax.
Apr 27, 7:24 pm
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by merc41
Thanks ToyGuy. Yes I do see the doctor regularly and I do have low T. With injections it is now in the upper 1/3 range of normal. But I still have the problems. The doc has perscribed a off use drug for women that is supposed to help men with ...
Straight off, and this goes for everyone, I have no interest in reviewing your medical histories or serving as second opinion for your doctors. Usual disclaimer, my advice is general only and you should consult your doctor before engaging in any of the actions proposed here.

Thus I can provide general information. Key to anything like this is finding the mechanisms and addressing them. (Effect, Cause, Solution).

Ask yourself: Are your pain meds for treating bone, muscular, nerve or a combination pain issue?

A lot of the time doctors will prescribe broad spectrum pain relief instead of targeted pain relief because it is much easier and simpler, a doctor may just simply not know what the best action is (eg: you take an aspirin for a headache, but you could also be given an injection to the brain directly to solve same issue). Seeing a pain specialist can really help when dealing with long term chronic pain (or recurrent acute pain).

Some "pain" responds better to opiates than other. Some drugs work on the area affected while other drugs target the brain and interrupt the signals to it. Some drug have nothing to do with pain relief and simply solve the cause of the pain itself.

I am now going to load a table with a simple guide.

Have a read and try to understand that there are so many different types of pain. Opiates are just one possible path, it may even be the best path your going to get but perhaps you may be able to lessen your opioid dose and use an alternative therapy that can still provide comfort without the "full" opioid side effects.

PAIN!


Now that you have read that let me explain the alternatives to opiate based therapy.

Over-the-Counter Acetaminophen
Acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, is another common and effective pain reliever. It is recommended as a first-line of treatment by the American College of Rheumatology.

Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs)
These are more potent than acetaminophen, but may also be available in over-the-counter dosage. Higher doses can be taken with a prescription. NSAIDs include anti-inflammatory drugs, such as Aleve. The downside to these drugs, for older patients, is risk of organ toxicity, kidney or liver failure and ulcers.

Cortiosteroids
Steroids inhibit injured nerves to provide pain relief. Drawbacks include the potential to accelerate joint destruction. Other side effects can include immune system suppression, gastrointestinal issues and psychiatric effects.

Serotonin and Norephinephrine Reuptake Inhibitors
These anti-depressants are appropriate for treating nerve, muscular and skeletal pain. Anti-depressants can also help people sleep. They offer help without the side effects of opioids.

Neurostimulators
This treatment uses implanted electrodes to interrupt nerve signals. This does not cure what is causing the pain, but stops the pain signals before they reach the brain. It can be used for back, neck, arm, or leg pain. Trials are currently underway to test their effectiveness on headaches.

Anticonvulsants
Traditionally used to treat epilepsy, anticonvulsants can also relieve neuropathic pain by suppressing pain signals from the brain.

Injections
Arthritis, injuries, muscle pain, and headaches are among the kinds of pain treatable with injections. Types include nerve, trigger point, radiofrequency, and epidural injections.

Physical Therapy
This requires more work from the patient (attending sessions as well as following up at home with recommended exercises) but is often essential to improving physical healing and relieving pain long-term.

Massage, Acupuncture and Chiropractic Care
Some report these methods are just as effective, if not more effective, than medications. Plus, they are safe and free of side effects.

Exercise
Doctors recommend exercise to all patients, but research has shown that it is especially important for those with chronic pain. Low-impact exercise helps improve mobility and functionality. Studies have shown that chronic back pain, joint pain, arthritis, and fibromyalgia can all be improved with yoga and tai chi.
Apr 29, 11:48 am
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
May have gone a little too technical.



What my prior post is trying to say is... pain can "potentially" be solved without the use of opioids. My best suggestion if you have not already tried is to give a Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug (NSAID) a go or talk with your doctor about trialing a Serotonin and Norephinephrine Reuptake Inhibitor (both of which can be generally taken alongside other drugs).

Natural therapies can also complement this as well.

Apr 29, 11:54 am
merc41 merc41
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Originally posted by TheToyGuy
May have gone a little too technical.



What my prior post is trying to say is... pain can "potentially" be solved without the use of opioids. My best suggestion if you have not already tried is to give a Nonsteroidal ...
After going almost a full year without climaxing ( 1 out of 10 ). Trying diffrent drugs pescription and OTC. I think I have found something that helps. While reaserching penile sensetivity I ran across an article on the BathMate HydroMax. It is a penis pump but the article said that it is good for increasing sensativity. After thinking about it. It made sense that by drawing more blood into the penis that it may become more sensative. I purchased one and have been useing it 15 minutes a day for a month. The last two weeks I have been able to reach orgasm 6 times. Man did that ever feel good. I will contiue useing it and monitor the results. Right now I feel that it is working not to mention some slight gains in length and girth. Success finally!!!
May 27, 3:17 pm
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