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I had gen. Anesthesia today, will it affect my sperm or be dangerous for the baby? We are trying to have a baby and my wife just got a + test foR ovul
No impact on either: The only question I'd expect is if you'd be able to perform sex and ejaculate - if you are - there is no reason to think anesthesia will have an effect on sperm or the potential baby. I hope your procedure heals well and - since you want a baby - that it happens for you. Best wishes! ...Read more
I went to the dentist today & I was wondering if the anesthesia can affect the sperm or trying to conceive I had sex last night on my ovulation day.
Possible: Depends on the cause I would see a urologist who specializes in fertility or a reproductive endocrinologist for further evaluation-to determine the cause of no sperm. Sometimes men have a blockage and sperm can be extracted from the testicle or epididymus for use in ivf, or treated with hormones. ...Read more
What is the minimum amount of time sperm stays in a women? I know the maximum ia 5-7 days but what's the minimum?
Sperm death: Well, this is got to be one of the more unusual questions here. I'm wondering in what context you want to know. Sperm, like any living tissue requires some sort of "food or energy" to survive. We also have to remain in some form of solution and not dry out. There are formulas and chemicals that can kill sperm. Here's something you can read. Http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/spermicide. ...Read more
Gone forever: Just like the lost hairs that fall from the scalp each day, and like the lost skin cells that flake off of the entire body each day, the many sperm that come out of the penis each day are also lost and gone forever. There is no way to recover them, but what would a guy do if he saved them? The two exceptions are: freezing them in a sperm bank or starting a pregnancy (1 sperm "becomes" a baby). ...Read more
Avoid chemicals: Questioner wants to increase sperm counts. I do not think there is a medication to do this. The focus should be on a lifestyle that avoids chemicals and toxins. It seems to be the case that sperm counts within the male population are trending downward. A causal candidate is the increase and pervasiveness of synthetic chemicals in our environment, including household products and food. ...Read more
Premature: Ejaculation is sometimes called ill-timed ejaculation. It is a subjective evaluation. You may orgasm too quickly and not satisfy your partner. If you have concerns you can see your doc or a licensed sex therapist. It is not an illness. Peace and good health. Not sure if that is what you mean. If you mean wet dreams, that's not a health problem. ...Read more
Always: It is always healthy. Many, perhaps most teenaged males masturbate once or more per day. Unless you are missing class or appointments, that's not a problem. There are superstitions and misinformation, but medically you cannot hurt yourself. Others may save it up for a "hard" ejaculation / wet dream / great loving session. It's your / partner's choice. ...Read more
There are medical means of increasing the sperm count with FSH injections but most of the time these patients are deficient in fsh
The simplest method for you would be to keep your testicles cool. The best way to do this is to wear loose fitting boxer shorts. It will allow for a cooling and better sperm production. Good luck ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Most men ejaculate a volume of semen about 1.5-4.5 cc, which reflects the inborn size of their paired seminal vesicles for storing seminal fluid. So, don't worry about it as long as you can fulfill reproduction and enjoy pleasure. The more fluid doesn't always mean more vitality or fertility. Nonetheless, no matter who, what, & how you're, practice healthy lifestyle without obsession to best life. ...Read more
Precum: There is an outflow of clear, viscuous fluid ahead of the ejaculate which is felt to adjust the environment for the optimum survival of the spermatozoa to follow. Precum is not always free of sperm so keep this in mind depending upon your goal for sexual intercourse. Some term this pre-sperm but this is not commonly used. ...Read more