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IN Health & Fitness ON 28 Oct, 2015
Sperms, they hardly need an introduction. They are the root cause behind our existence. The male reproductive cell is developed in the testicles and is released from the penis. The quality and quantity of sperm are the only deciding factors behind the fertility of a man.
You agree or not, but sperms are one of the most vital parts of the whole human mechanism and it is extremely important to have complete information about something that developed us into who we are.
Almost 90% of an ejaculation contains sperms that are malformed. Actually, they do not even need to be perfect as sperms of one person are not supposed to compete with those of another person.
Vitamin C is said to be very beneficial for sperm health. Also, the men who ate whole grain cereals are supposed to have more sperm concentration and motility.
The Y-chromosome is responsible for making every male a male. The Y-chromosome refuse to mix with any other chromosome.
A man needs to climax at least 4-5 times in a month to keep the quality of his sperms up.
The casing is called Acrosome. When the sperms hit the egg, acrosome releases a chemical that helps in melting down the outer shell of the egg to enter it.
We carry this misconception that we are a sperm-egg combination. But, in reality, the DNA inside a dead sperm can also hit the egg and form a baby.
Sperms can live for 5 days inside a woman in ideal conditions. Also, the sperms love it cold, as they prefer to produce in a temperature 7 degrees lesser than the body temperature.
A single ejaculation, which usually is of half a teaspoon, contains around 200 million sperms in it. That is equal to the population of Brazil!
This proves that one testicle is enough to involve in a successful reproduction. The other testicle is just present as a compensation.
The sperm health can seriously degrade if you are a chain smoker or if you consume alcohol in more than a limit. Share and teach your friends with the facts.
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