a male does not ejaculate all of their semen, and the body continually manufactures more semen. As a result, there will still be reproductive cells in a male’s semen even if they ejaculate numerous times each day.
When a male goes numerous days without ejaculating, their semen count increases slightly.
Regular ejaculation decreases semen count but is uncertain to influence fertility in healthy males.
Research conducted in 2016 analyse the semen counts of three males who avoided ejaculating semen for several days before ejaculating it four times at 2-hour intervals.
The researchers discovered that their semen counts declined with continual ejaculation but remained within World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines for healthy semen counts.
Research conducted in 2015 shows the impacts of frequent ejaculation on semen quality and count.
Males who release daily observe decreases in semen count. Other measures of semen quality like shape, capacity to swim, and concentration remained about the same, even with continual ejaculation.
Together, this research suggests that in males with less fertility, frequent ejaculation might decrease the possibilities of conception by lessening semen count slightly.
For most males, however, even extremely frequent ejaculations are uncertain to affect fertility.