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I'm going through puberty but I can't ejaculate, why??

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Question - (1 January 2008) 6 Answers - (Newest, 19 January 2008)
A male United States age 22-25, anonymous writes:

I can't ejaculate yet im already growing pubes though

And I'm 15

How much longer will it take do y'all think?

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (19 January 2008):

You're just not that 'Developed' yet soon you will be ready to ejaculate, it will take you by surpise when you do.

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A male reader, daletom United States +, writes (12 January 2008):

I presume you know the difference between "ejaculate" (semen coming out of your penis) and "orgasm" (sexual climax, which includes the muscular contractions that push the semen out). For fully grown men the two almost always happen together.

Like many guys, I discovered my orgasm before I actually had anything to ejaculate. I was probably about 11 or 12. I don't recall when I started having real ejaculations but I don't think you should be worried.

You might feel better if you heard the message from a doctor. At your age it's pretty embarrassing and takes a lot of courage to ask for that kind of help. It might - or might not - be easier if another person was supporting you. Somebody like your dad or an older brother (if he's at least 4 or 5 years older) might go with you, and even ask the question for you. Or possibly a school nurse, counselor, or coach would even set up the appointment for you.

It's possible, but pretty unlikely, that you have a nutrition or hormone imbalance that is affecting your development. A physician would be in the best position to show you that nothing is really wrong and you just need a little more time.

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (11 January 2008):

You're fine, me and my boyfriend can't cum yet, it's normal.

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A female reader, x-Happy-Feet-x United Kingdom +, writes (1 January 2008):

x-Happy-Feet-x agony auntmaybe nothing turns you on or something have you tried masturbating for longer maybe you should talk to your dad or an older brother about this xx

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A male reader, Dr. John United States +, writes (1 January 2008):

Dr. John agony auntYou should have nothing to worry about.

In most cases a boy begins to ejaculate seaman at about age 13 or 14.

However, that is just an average. There are some who start earlier and others start later. You are aparently just one of those who will begin producing seaman a little later than the average.

This in no way means that there is something wrong but simply that you are at one of the extreme ends of the scale. Give it some time and it will show up. Doc

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A female reader, chrissy32789 United States +, writes (1 January 2008):

chrissy32789 agony auntMost boys begin to ejaculate semen when they're between the ages of 12 and 15, although some begin ejaculating at a later or earlier age. You can still masturbate and even have orgasms before you're old enough to ejaculate. If you are not able to ejaculate in about a yr or two then i would honestly go to a doctor about it but you should be fine.

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