Error: This is required. Error: Not a valid value. Some men can have an orgasm without ejaculating at all. They still have the feeling of having an ejaculation coming but no semen comes out. Either there is no semen produced, or the semen travels backwards into the bladder instead.
What a dry orgasm is and what it feels like, according to 8 men
Dry orgasm - Men explain what dry orgasms feel like
Men who have dry orgasms reach climax but do not ejaculate any semen. Most men still feel pleasure when they climax. However, dry orgasms can be troublesome for men who would like to father children. Sometimes, men have several orgasms in a short period of time. They ejaculate semen at first, but eventually, the amount of seminal fluid may decrease. Within a day or so, the body replenishes its supply of semen. This situation is common in younger men, who tend to have shorter refractory periods.
Dry orgasm occurs when you reach sexual climax but don't release semen from the penis ejaculate — or you release very little semen. Semen is the thick, white fluid that carries sperm. Dry orgasm usually isn't harmful, but it can interfere with the ability to father a child. Over time, many men say a dry orgasm feels normal.
Dry orgasms are when a man or person with a penis orgasms without ejaculating. A sperm-free cum, basically. They're an odd thing, with little to no research into why they happen. Reasons experts give can range from "they've probably already come too many times in a short space of time" to "it's retrograde ejaculation" where semen gets pushed into the bladder, rather than out of the penis.