Although women stop producing egg cells upon menopause, they are born with all the eggs she will ever need. Men on the other hand, produce Seman cells upon puberty. Consequently, their daily activities may affect the Seman production process.
When the Seman fails to be produced properly or not at all, conception becomes almost impossible for his partner. There are various causes for the increases and decrease in Seman production. The factors that may affect the Seman quality could actually be summarized in six main points namely: Seman mobility, concentration, morphology, speed, count and last but not the least, sub-fertility. Drawbacks in any of these areas can vastly affect the chances of conception.
Seman mobility refers to the Seman"s ability to move in a rather dynamic and active fashion. When it comes to healthy Seman, more than 50% of them may be considered as active if over 25% of them moving vehemently in one direction. Its significance can be understood by the fact that it enables the Seman to travel through the cervical canal, into the uterus and the fallopian tubes and finally, to break through the egg.
Next is concentration that refers to the measure of the number of Seman cells in a milliliter of semen. The average or normal concentration measures around 22 million Seman cells per milliliter of semen.
The third point is morphology. A healthy Seman cell bears a resemblance to a tadpole in shape. The oval head of the Seman holds the genetic material, while the center provides energy and the tail thrusts the Seman forward. In addition, experts believe that oddly shaped Seman are not capable of fertilizing an egg.
Speed is another factor that affects Seman quality. Based on the study made by the World Health Organization in a healthy male, beyond 25% of Seman will exhibit progressive mobility. These are the Seman with the best chance of successfully infiltrating and fertilizing an egg.
Seman count is also a vital factor in Seman production. Count refers to the number of Semans in the fluid that is ejaculated. There are over 50 million Semans in a normal ejaculate, and a total count below 40 million may indicate decreased fertility.
The sixth and last factor is sub-fertility. The term refers to the couples that are unable to reach conception even after a year’s period of unprotected intercourse. However, this is different from infertility. The typical causes of male sub-fertility include Seman production problems, blockage in the Seman’s delivery system, injuries to the testicles, low or high hormone production, anatomical problems, varicocele, past illnesses, side effects of medications, and Seman quality.
Increasing the volume of ejaculation has become a common obsession among men. During the past few years, the medical community had been committed to developing a safe and effective alternative treatment than the run of the mill advice that has been handed down from one generation to the next. Recent studies show that increasing Seman volume could actually be accomplished in two ways. First is by taking herbal supplements that contain amino acids and zinc. Amino acids, if taken regularly, are generally believed to increase ejaculate fluid. On the other hand, zinc seems to improve both the amount of Seman produced as well as the Seman"s ability to move spontaneously and independently. Together with amino acids, this will increase Seman volume significantly.
The second way is doing PC exercises. Although Kegel exercises can help you last longer, they can also aid in increasing Seman volume. Several exercises can help to keep your penis in great shape and shoot like a champion.