in most cases once a boy has gone through puberty, within the next 12 months they will ejaculate and it could contain sperm
most first ejaculations dont contain sperm (only about 10% do)
after about 2 years when the sperm seems more liquified and liquifies more quickly after ejaculation it is more likely to contain sperm
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can there be an actual ejaculation where there is secretion?
not sure i understand?, if this is within the first year of a boy hitting puberty then the chances of anything other than secretions are low, and very unlikely to contain sperm
I am trying to disprove an accusation that my son was masterbating including an ejaculation at school. He denies the accusation.
they can ejaculate , sure, there is more "jelly-like" material which is not usually sperm containing
oh okay, if he has hit puberty he could have ejaculated, if he has not pubic hair or arm pit hair (axillary hair) so is not an appropriate stage of puberty then no not likely
how old is he
he is 11, and by chance Ihad just had him to his Dr. for a check up, and after her exam she communicated that he he had not started puberty yet. so, would it be unlikely that he could not produce any secretions?
yes not likely at all, with a dr's exam confirming the stage i can almost say 100% no
your dr may be able to provide a note to the teacher if this is in question, and clear your son
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thank you for your help:)
sure good luck