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Life Span Of Sperm In Plastic Cup
Will having deformed sperm on a guy's sperm analysis increase the chances of a deformity in his future baby?
No: Deformed sperm typically result in an "all or none" phenomenon. That is, a woman may not get pregnant or, if she does conceive, the pregnancy may fail. Deformed sperm will not generally result in a deformed baby. Having said that, it's not normal to have a high percentage of abnormal sperm, so the man should undergo further investigation to optimize the odds of pregnancy success. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Everything does: All of our experiences affect our lives. It depends on the care provided in the foster home, how long the child was there, and most importantly - how the child views the experience. Living in a foster home isn't ideal but happens when a home environment isn't safe or nurturing for a child. Children who live in foster homes often go on to be happy and healthy throughout their lives. ...Read more
5-6 days: An embryo goes through certain stages over the first 4 days that prepare it to enter the uterus. There is becomes a blastocyst on day 5 or 6 and has the ability to stick and implant in the uterus. After that it has integrated into the blood supply of the uterus. If it does not implant it stops growing. ...Read more
Does a shrinkage of cancer cells in nsclc metates indicate a significant prolonging of life in 70 year old female with 8 months stage 4 diagnosis of a?
Varies: Amount of semen ejected during ejaculation will vary widely between men and may contain between 0.1-10 milliliters ( note that a teaspoon is 5 ml and a tablespoo is 15 ml). Adult semen volume is affected by the time that has passed since the previous ejaculation; larger semen volumes are seen with greater durations of abstinence. The duration of stimulation leading to ejaculation also affects vol. ...Read more
I don't know if: anybody has done the math on that one. ...Read more
We are thinking that maybe life with chronic UTIs at aged 88 compromises my quality of life. I am considering leaving the next one untreated. How long, approximately, will death occur?
Infection: I think these infections should always be treated and I think that at 88 to leave them untreated could lead to a painful end and the amount of time before the end occurs is indeterminable ...Read more
About 80 years: Varies from country to country: e.g. Japan - 86.4; hong kong - 86; france - 85; switzerland - 84; United States, at about 81 is rankedc something like 40th in the world. For the most part, we are a fat, sedentary lot, with a stressful lifestyle, with little ability or understanding of how to relax, how to enjoy life, how to make work enjoyable, how to savor every morsel of food, yet stay thin. ...Read more
How long can rabies survive in water? Minimum , average and maximum time of survival in cold and hot in 1.5-2 litres of water in a tub? Can infect us?
Interesting question: The majority of ejaculate is made up of prostatic fluid, seminal vesicle fluid and just 1/2-1 cc from sperm. Depending on frequency, stimulation, arousal, size, hormonal influence and genetics, some men have a larger "load" than others. Every man is different and you usually are just what you are and no more. Some r "blessed"? Some r "not blessed"? Accept yourself and go on! ...Read more
What are the chances of survival and leading a normal life, fertility of a young female in her 20s with advanced breast ca not metastatic, duratn of rx?
Depends on person: Blood clots (pulmonary emboli) in the lung are most often derived from clots in the leg / pelvic veins that break free at those locations and travel through the blood stream to the lungs. Such clots can be very serious, even life threatening. If they are diagnosed and treated, it is possible to have them resolve and not limit life expectancy / survival. It depends on the individual and therapy. ...Read more
How much would 40 minutes a day exercise increase the overall stroke volume of the heart in 3 months in a male 22?
Stroke volume: 3 months of aerobic exercise as described might make no change in stroke volume, if it did it would be subtle. It takes a long time to begin to see benefits from exercise and usually at least 6 weeks to see anything. Stroke volume would likely take 6mo to a year to measure something real. ...Read more
See lung doc: One's pulmonologist can assess pre-op. Usually one's lung function will be measured with a pulmonary function test, to see if a person can even undergo lung surgery and if so, how much. The important thing is to follow one's doc's advice who knows you best, and to treat the underlying reason for the surgery. There will be decrease in quality. Best wishes and god bless. Tough decision to make. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: Average life span is different from country to country, and varies by sex and race as well. It is calculated from birth in most cases, but can be listed starting at any age (expected further life span). Depending upon these factors, it can vary from 50 years at birth to 80 years. These are easily looked up for your circumstance. Look for actuarial tables. ...Read more
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