how many times can a guy ejaculate in one day before it hurts?
Ejaculation shouldn’t hurt. Some men are able to ejaculate (“come”) more often than others. Generally, younger men are able to ejaculate more often than older men. After a man ejaculates there is a period of time during which he cannot get erect or ejaculate again. This is called the refractory period. In young men, the refractory period many only last a few minutes. In older men, the refractory period lasts usually longer, sometimes for several hours or more.
While ejaculation itself is not harmful, men who have a lot of sex in one day should be sure to use enough lubrication so that they don’t rub raw the skin on the penis — that could hurt!
Here’s what ejaculation is about: Boys and men become sexually excited by sexual thoughts, wet dreams, masturbation, or sexual activity with another person. Their penises fill with blood and get hard and erect.
A sticky liquid spurts out of erect penises if men get very excited. This is called ejaculation or “coming.” The liquid is semen or “cum,” not urine. Ejaculation and urination cannot happen at the same time.
Semen contains sperm and is also called “ejaculate.” Boys and men may have orgasms without ejaculation. They may ejaculate without orgasm. A hard penis becomes soft again after orgasm. And it will become soft again even without orgasm or ejaculation.