Normally, a healthy adult male ejaculates one-half to one teaspoonful of semen during orgasm, but the amount varies widely. In men with retrograde ejaculation, the amount of semen is decreased dramatically or there is a dry climax (orgasm without semen).
Retrograde ejaculation doesn’t necessarily require treatment. It shouldn’t interfere with your sexual enjoyment, and it poses no risks to your health. But remedies are available.
Contact your doctor if you produce little or no semen when you ejaculate, especially if you are hoping to father a child.