Mar 13, 2009

Worried about fertility?

Recently completed study has brought yet another proof of the link between Zinc and the production of sperm by the testicles. A group of men were given daily supplements of Folic Acid and Zinc Sulphate in order to assess their effect on spermatogenesis. The researchers found that the two substances had significantly increased the sperm concentration in subfertile men. Although the mechanisms involved in the concentration of sperm are still unclear and require further studying, it is quite clear that Zinc and the Folic Acid can help men who are less fertile to conceive children.

Men interested in achieving the same effects should consider a supplementation period of 26 weeks, which is the period over which the study has been conducted. The daily doses of 5 milligrams Folic Acid and 66 milligrams of Zinc Sulphate are also safe, since none of the men involved in the study has reported any side effects. This means that you can safely supplement your own daily intake of vitamins and minerals, although you should discuss the matter with a doctor before putting yourself at any kind of risk. You should also run a sperm test before starting on this treatment and another at the end of the supplementation period in order to record any change in the concentration of sperm.

Zinc is one of the key ingredients in popular penis enlargement pills ProSolution and also in semen volume booster pills VolumePills. These pills can help you enlarge your penis and produce more sperm, which is a boon to men suffering from mild cases of infertility. Aside from Zinc, the pills also contain Solidilin, Reishi Mushrooms, Drilizen and Cordyceps, which serve to improve both the hormonal and vascular systems in order to increase the quantity of sperm produced by the body and the flow of blood to the pubic area. If you'e worried about fertility, try VolumePills or ProSolution Pills. You will not regret it.

Mar 11, 2009

The Sperm Cell

You may pretty much have an idea where babies come from. (No, they're not from the stork!) To put it bluntly, you need a sperm cell and egg cell to make a baby. During sexual intercourse, a man's sperm, which is produced by the testes (testicles), is released into a woman's cervix, which "swims" to the fallopian tube. From the millions of sperm cells, one penetrates the egg in a process called fertilization. From there, a single life begins.

But where does the sperm come from? There are millions of sperm produced by your testes (testicles) everyday. Sperm cells undergo the natural cell division which inevitably leads to its maturation. Half of the sperm carries a Y chromosome (inherited from your dad) and an X chromosome (inherited from your mom). If a Y-carrying sperm fertilizes the woman's egg, the result is a baby girl. If on the other hand, it's the X-carrying sperm which fertilized the egg, then it's a baby boy.

During ejaculation, sperm is pumped into the man's vas deferens where fructose, seminal fluids, and other chemicals are secreted. Your sperm plus other seminal fluids (semen) hurries past the bladder through the urethra and out of your penis.

In order for the sperm to enter the woman's cervix, you need to experience erection, orgasm, and ejaculation. An erection takes place when your penis is stimulated or when you have an erotic thought. There is a sudden rush of blood to the erectile tissue chambers in the penis. This, in turn, engorges the penis making it hardened, enlarged and elevated.

With continued stimulation, orgasm and ejaculation ensues. Orgasm, known as the sexual climax, is a pleasurable emotional or psychological response that accompanies ejaculation. There are two stages of orgasm: the first one, called the ejaculatory inevitability, takes place two to four seconds before ejaculation. During these crucial seconds, you may be aware that you are about to "come," and you could not do anything to control it. Your seminal vesicles and your prostrate gland begin to throb. The second stage of orgasm takes place when you involuntarily ejaculate semen in convulsive surges. On average, one teaspoon (2-15 milliliters) of semen is ejaculated containing of 40 to 150 million sperm! The "first squirt" typically contains the largest amount of sperm.

Afterwards, you go through a recovery period where you cannot experience another orgasm. This may last several minutes and sometimes for hours.

Mar 9, 2009

Penis Girth

The age-old question, "Does size matter?" has been debated for eons. Both men and women alike are interested to know what really gives. Men are obsessed with the size of their penis and many have found ways to make their member larger. That's why the penis enlargement industry is booming offering everything -- from cream, pills, patches, weights, traction devices, and even surgery. The media and the overly-hyped stories of 'well-endowed' men have undoubtedly contributed to the already convoluted subject of penis size.

Men with larger organs are regarded to be more manly and better in bed. Thus, "Bigger is better" has become a popular adage. Furthermore, this insight seems to emanate from male vanity rather than the pleasure that your penis can provide. A small penis is equated to diminished masculinity, virility, and at times, also associated to impotency.

But, in fact, most researches have revealed that the average penis size is not the 12" advertised by porn stars. Besides, these porn stars are not representative of the average man. They may very well be more well-endowed than you (this is their luck) or have undergone some enlargement procedure. The average penis size is actually between 5.5 to 6.4 inches in erect length and 4.7 to 5.2 inches in girth.

But countless women have agreed that the length of the penis has not much to do with sexual pleasure; but width may indeed matter in the long run. It has to do with stimulating their G-spot which is supposed to be located about two inches inside the upper wall of the vagina.

The nerves that are stimulated during sexual intercourse are located near the entrance of the vagina and the anus. Penis girth is significant here since a meatier penis can stretch out the vaginal or anal walls that stimulate the nerves. This creates friction and sensation that most women love during a sexual experience.

Anyway, preference is still based on the individual woman. Because of the points highlighted above, many women have a penchant for larger dicks. But remember, it's not only a big penis women crave. They seek passion, intimacy and emotional connection. Remember to show her your love by giving her flowers, a sensual massage, or candles with rose petals. Assault her senses with romantic gestures and you'll be well rewarded. If you have a girthy penis, you'll be rewarded even more

Experiment on different sexual positions and incorporate toys in your love-making. Identify her key erogenous zones (i.e., her clitoris) and come up with techniques to stimulate her -- with your tongue, vibrator, fingers, etc.

Penis size is important but it's also the combination of skill, passion and romance. After all, sex is as much fun as you make it.

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