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What Happens When You Don’t Release Sperm? Are There Side Effects?

The simple answer to this is, NO.

Not releasing sperm cannot in any way affect your health or sexual life. However, there are few cases where it might not be, and that’s depending on the cause.

 

The truth is that you don’t need to release a lot of sperm to reach orgasm. Contrary to what people already believe, it isn’t a must for you to reach orgasm before you ejaculate. They are two independent processes; you can do one without having to do the other.

 

When you avoid ejaculation intentionally or semen retention, the process is called the act of abstaining. Those who practice tantric sex can relate better to this because that is what they practice.

 

To effectively abstain from ejaculating for a certain period, you would need to avoid getting engaged in any form of sexual activity, or you can simply train yourself and try not to ejaculate whenever you reach orgasm.

 

Most people abstain from ejaculation due to different reasons. For some people, it’s more of spiritual practice, and for others, it’s about emotional growth. Other people do it because they are trying to boost their fertility, and others believe that not ejaculating would help them grow muscles.

 

To date, there have been no documented side effects of retaining sperm, so if you feel that’s your thing, then, by all means, you can proceed.

However, some medical conditions can cause you not to ejaculate during sexual intercourse, or while masturbating.

 

Anejaculation

 

Anejaculation has two forms, primary and secondary. Anejaculation is simply defined as a dry orgasm, and those who have this condition are still able to have intense orgasms, but they do not ejaculate, even after producing sperm.

 

When you have never experienced ejaculation before in your life, such a condition is referred to as Anejaculation. And if you lose the ability to ejaculate along the line, after being able to, then it’s classified as secondary Anejaculation.

 

There are various reasons why a person can have or develop Anejaculation:

  • Infection
  • Antidepressants medications
  • Pelvic injury
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Psychological issues

One major side effect of Anejaculation is infertility, but it can be corrected with the right treatment.

 

Retrograde Ejaculation

 

Retrograde ejaculation happens when the semen doesn’t come out through the opening of the penis; rather it goes back to the bladder. During sex, you would get the feeling of mind-blowing orgasms, but with very little and sometimes no ejaculation at all.

 

Retrograde ejaculation doesn’t affect your health, but it can cause infertility. Another potential side effect is that you can cause your semen to be cloudy.

 

When you are unable to ejaculate, it doesn’t exactly mean there is a problem, unless you aren’t comfortable with it.

 

Some people enjoy the concept of ejaculation because they love the fact that they get to release semen when they reach orgasm. Also, if you are trying to get your partner pregnant, then not ejaculating might be a problem.

 

Is There Any Reason Not To Ejaculate?

 

This depends on who is being asked. At the end of the day, it all boils down to what you enjoy doing. There isn’t any reason to suppress your semen, but if you want to, then feel free.

 

Those who ejaculate either do it because of different reasons, ranging from physical to spiritual.

 

Supposed Physical Benefits

 

  • Thicker hair
  • Muscle growth
  • Increased erection time during sex
  • Multiple orgasms

 

Supposed Spiritual Benefits

 

  • Longer life
  • Better relationships
  • Overall happiness

 

Supposed Mental Benefits

 

  • Better self-control
  • Reduced anxiety
  • Boosts Confidence
  • Better concentration

 

There aren’t any known complications if you decide not to ejaculate by choice.

Another question most people ask is “where do the sperm and semen go to when you don’t ejaculate?”

 

Firstly, you should know that sperm and semen are sometimes used in the same context, but they don’t mean the same thing.

Sperm is the reproductive cell and semen is the whitish liquid fluid that comes out when you ejaculate.

When you don’t release sperm, it breaks down and goes back into your body.

 

There isn’t any research backing any of all these claims, but if you are looking for a reason to keep your semen in your balls, then you don’t exactly have much in your hand.

However, not having enough information on this doesn’t mean everything out there is BS.

Based on certain tests conducted, not ejaculation may increase the production of testosterone in your body.

And there is still research that not ejaculating can sometimes affect the motility of your sperm.

 

 

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