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How much semen is produced at ejaculation?

The average man produces 1.5-5 ccs (one quarter to a full teaspoon-full) of semen at ejaculation. Usually, the amount is less than a teaspoon, but it can be larger is a man hasn’t ejaculated in awhile.

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Low Testosterone & Osteoporosis

Low testosterone can cause osteoporosis in men. Osteoporosis is a disease that decreases bone density, weakening bones and increasing the risk of fractures, especially in the spine, hip, or wrist.

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ED & Diabetes

Erectile dysfunction can be a symptom of diabetes. ED is actually a common problem for diabetic men.

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