If a male does not have sex for more than three days, does his semen/sperm become thick?
No. The thickness of semen depends not on how frequently men ejaculate, but rather on their hydration—how much water they’ve consumed recently. Semen is 97% water. If a man becomes a little dehydrated, for example, from heavy sweating during extended strenuous exercise under a hot sun, his semen becomes a little thicker. But no matter if semen is thick or thin, it can still cause pregnancy. I hope this answers your question.
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