Sperm jelly is usually the main symptom of non liquefaction of sperm. If not treated in a timely manner, it can lead to male fertility disorders and male infertility. Improving sperm jelly and non liquefaction requires patients to adjust their living conditions in a timely manner and actively seek treatment. So, what if the sperm becomes jelly like?
The reason why sperm become jelly like
Male semen consists of two parts: the fluid secreted by the seminal vesicles, prostate gland, and urethral bulb gland, and the sperm produced by the testicles and stored in the epididymis. It originally exists in a liquid state in the reproductive tract, but when ejaculated from the penile opening, under the action of a protein like substance secreted by the seminal vesicles, it immediately turns into a milky white or slightly yellow translucent gel, which is beneficial for semen to stay in the vagina for a long time, Allow sufficient time for sperm to prepare for binding to the egg cell. After 5-30 minutes, with the participation of a hydrolytic enzyme secreted by the prostate gland, semen liquefies and automatically changes from a gelatinous state to a thin water sample. Sperm has enough energy to quickly swim and search for eggs to "date".
When semen is stored for a long time or there is an imbalance between the enzymes secreted by the seminal vesicles and the prostate gland (such as inflammation), incomplete liquefaction can lead to the formation of semen clumping, resulting in the first ejaculation of semen being light yellow and sticky. Sometimes, these "jelly" may even be stuck at the opening of the seminal port, causing a sudden decrease in ejaculation volume, which usually disappears during the next ejaculation. This symptom itself is not a disease, and the best treatment is to regularly "clear the warehouse" and conduct thorough cleaning to avoid storing semen for too long. But if a man's semen remains yellow or even bloody after normal marital life, or if it remains jelly like after more than an hour of ejaculation, it indicates inflammation or other pathological changes in the prostate or seminal vesicles.