Mature Age Of Male Sperm
Dock. Does the thickness of a man’s sperm affect the success of making a child ??
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Basically the thickness of the cement can be different for each man. Normally when you just take it out, the cement will feel warm and thick like jelly. After a few minutes, normally this cement will melt. Cement with low viscosity (looks thinner on exit) to moderate is normal, while cement with high viscosity is not normal. Semen with high viscosity can inhibit the movement of sperm in it so that the ability of sperm to fertilize the ovum is reduced. Cement that melts in less than 20 minutes is normal, while cement that continues to thicken after more than 20 minutes is abnormal and this condition can interfere with fertility.
This is different from the understanding of most people who say runny semen indicates a lack of fertility. Cement that is too thick and does not melt quickly can actually reduce the ability of sperm in it to fertilize an egg.
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