Can Sperm Get Out If You Haven’t Had Puberty?
Permisik, if not yet puberty whether sperm can still come out?
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The formation of sperm cells or the process of new spermatogenesis will occur when a man has entered puberty, that is, between the ages of 10-14 years due to the presence of certain components needed for the formation of new sperm that are fulfilled when a man is experiencing puberty.
If a man has not yet experienced puberty, then the man has not been able to produce a sperm because the sperm formation process has not yet occurred, which only comes out of the liquid semen without sperm cells in it.
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