Question:

I am 24 years old. I want to know:

  1. What is the normal number of ejaculations per week or month?
  2. How we can know we are sexually healthy and fit to marry?

Answer:

While sex is limited to those who are married, you don't have to be able to have sex in order to marry. A person who has trouble sexually should notify his intended spouse prior to marriage because it would be cruel to marry someone thinking you will be able to have sex and then discover the person is unable to do so.

For a male, you know you are sexually healthy if you have no diseases, are able to have erections and are able to ejaculate. For a female, you know you are sexually healthy if you have no diseases and menstruate (assuming you are not past the age of childbearing). It is nothing complicated.

According to Ejaculation Frequency and Subsequent Risk of Prostate Cancer by Michael F. Leitzmann, MD and others,

"The mean (SD) ejaculations per month at ages 20 to 29 years were 15.1 [6.9]; 40 to 49 years, 11.3 [6.1]; 50 to 59 years, 9.4 [6.1]; and 60 years or older, 5.0 [4.5]. Fifty-eight percent of men reported an ejaculation frequency of more than 3 times per week at ages 20 to 29 years, whereas the proportion of men having more than 3 ejaculations per week decreased to 32% at ages 40 to 49 years, and further declined to 22% at ages 50 to 59 years and to 5% at ages 60 years or older."

"Mean" means after the population was higher than the number given and half was lower. The range of reported ejaculations per month went from 1 to over 21. The number in the brackets are the confidence that if a similar study was done again, the expected answers would be within the confidence number for the same result. In other words, "15.1 [6.9]" means the researchers would expect an answer between 8.2 and 22.0 in repeated studies with different men.

Technically, these numbers do not answer your question. It tells you the range of typical answers, but it doesn't describe "normal." For example, in the above study 24.9% of the 20-29 year old participants had over 21 ejaculations per month, 20.5% had 13-20, 13.4% had 8-12, 8.4% had 4-7 and 3.7% had 0-3. But what is normal, the number where the answer is too high or too low is not addressed.