When my boyfriend and I have sex sober, and he releases after around 20 min. But when he’s drunk on alcohol, he takes an hour before he releases and his cum is very watery. What could be the problem?

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  • Michael Castleman says:

    Yes, alcohol can delay ejaculation. Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant. It can delay ejaculation and possibly prevent it altogether. I bet your boyfriend is in his teens or twenties. In that age group, drunk sex many not prevent erection, but as he gets older, it almost certainly will. FYI.

    As for his watery semen. That has little to do with his alcohol consumption. Semen is mostly water, but the amount of water varies based on how hydrated or dehydrated the man is, and how long the sex lasts. If he’s dehydrated—sex right after strenuous exercise—there’s less water in it and semen tends to be thick and creamy. If men are well hydrated, their semen becomes more watery. The same goes for duration of lovemaking. The fluid in semen comes from the prostate gland. In quickies, the prostate doesn’t have a whole lot of time to secrete fluid so semen appears thick. But with extended foreplay and intercourse, the prostate secretes more fluid and semen looks more watery. His semen seems watery after you’ve played for an hour. That’s normal.

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