how many times can a guy ejaculate in one day before it hurts?
Ejaculation shouldn’t hurt. Some people are able to ejaculate (“come”) more often than others. Generally, the younger you are, the more you’re able to ejaculate.
After you ejaculate there’s a period of time during which your penis can’t get erect (hard) or ejaculate again. This is called the refractory period. In young people, the refractory period may only last a few minutes. But in older people, the refractory period usually lasts longer, sometimes for several hours or more.
While ejaculation itself won’t hurt you, if you have a lot of sex in one day be sure to use enough lubrication so that you don’t rub the skin on your penis raw — that could hurt!
Here’s what ejaculation is about: When you get turned on by sexual thoughts, wet dreams, masturbation, or sexual activity with another person, your penis fills with blood and gets hard (erect). If you get very turned on, a sticky liquid called semen spurts out. This is called ejaculation or “coming.”
Semen contains sperm and is also called “ejaculate” or “cum”. Most of the time, ejaculation happens during an orgasm (a sexual release that feels really good). But it's also possible to have an orgasm without ejaculating. Your penis becomes soft again after you ejaculate. And, if you wait it out, it will become soft again even without orgasm or ejaculation.