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Ejaculate the color of pre-cum...is there anything wrong?

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I'm a 14 year old guy and I have type 1 diabetes. I seem to have problems when it comes to ejaculating. Everytime I masturbate, I never ejaculate. Sometimes pre-cum comes out but never sperm. Could it have to do with my diabetes? Could it be because i'm really nervous as i'm always worrying if i'm gonna ejaculate or not? When it comes to wet dreams, yes I do have them, but it seems to be transparent just like pre-cum and not the white stuff that sperm's meant to be. I have occasionally woken up right before I "ejaculate" and I do feel as though i'm having an orgasm and I feel the warm sensation that's supposed to accampony an ejaculation but it's still the color of pre-cum. What's going on with me?

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replied September 11th, 2006
Sexual Health - Men Answer A1472
It seems that you are experiencing normal symptoms that exhibit normal pre-adolescent sexual behavior; you are too young to be consistently producing ejaculate with sperm. Just be patient and try not to masturbate as frequently.
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