While having sex with my wife, I didn't produce any whitish liquid. Is something wrong?


Every act of intercourse does not necessarily result in orgasm and ejaculation. For men it happens so nearly every time that when it doesn't, it can be disturbing. One survey found that 8% of men didn't reach orgasm during intercourse the prior year, so it does happen. An occasional failure is not a big deal, we all have our off days, but if it becomes a regular occurrence, you need to see a doctor because these can be early warning signs of a more significant problem. Some medications can have as their side-effect delayed or failed ejaculations.