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How Can Produce More Sperm
You can't: There is no certain way to improve sperm count. While environmental changes and nutritional supplements may offer some benefit, it is not likely the effect will be large enough to make a difference in your fertility. If there is a problem, be sure to see a fellowship trained fertility urologist. Most are not trained in infertility. Please check with a fertility center to know. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some ...: The volume of precum is related with the size of Cowper's glands and the volume of semen is related with the size of seminal vesicles. The size of Cowper's glands and seminal vesicles is inborn but widely varies among all men. But the output may also vary in an individual reflecting the frequency and degree of their contraction during sexual arousal and orgasm respectively. So, no way to increase ...Read more
The hard way : There are many home remedies women in various cultures have been using for a long time, with variable suggest, but the most reliable way is to nurse every couple of hours from the first few days of life, and to pump after each nursing session. The body is meant to keep the baby alive based on the demands of the baby, but if you wish to store milk, you will need to pump afterwards. ...Read more
Yes: Many men with one testes are fathers. ...Read more
Yes, but depend...: The type/cause & extent of damage dictate the potential damage to sperm production. Examples: local injury may not affect much to sperm production, but damage by mumps may severely impair sperm production. So, more info is needed to possibly deduce a suspicion. On how to sort these out correctly, follow instructions in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Best wish... ...Read more
4-5 days and no: When sperm are deposited into the vagina they quickly move into the cervical mucus to avoid the acid ph of the vagina. Once in the cervical mucus the sperm swim through to the uterus and up to the egg over the next few days. Good cervical mucus is usually only present for 1-3 days before ovulation. After ovulation the mucus is thick and during a period the mucus is gone. ...Read more
Anatomy: The ejaculate comes from the prostate gland not from the testes. The testes are producing sperm and they empty the sperm round the clock into the prostate gland. The prostate gland produces semen to keep the sperm alive and fresh and that is where the ejaculate comes from when you leak semen or have an orgasm with sexual activity. ...Read more
Hormones = Awesome: Once you've passed through puberty, your genital tract is primed to be stimulated by testosterone, the male hormone. The seminal vesicles, once sensitized, continuously make semen 24/7. If you were to record your "output" over a day it would likely be close to 8-10 cc/day. Since an average ejaculate is about 3.5 cc, you would see reduction for any additional samples obtained in the same day. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
FSH stims follicles: As the name implies, fsh, follicle stimulating hormone, stimulates the growth of follicles in the ovary that contain eggs. Suppressing fsh can cause a woman not to produce an egg. This can occur with stress, weight loss, intense prolonged exercise, dieting, travel, birth control pills, and medications like leuprolide or ganirelix. ...Read more
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