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How To Produce More Semen

The sperm count is an accurate measure of spermatogenesis, and the sperm motility is a rough measure of epididymal maturation and sperm functional capabilities. There is a wide fluctuation in biweekly sperm concentration, ranging from oligozoospermic (less than 20 million/ml) to well within normal limits (more than 40 million/ml).

Normal values of semen parameters
Parameter Normal range
Semen volume 2.0 ml or more
pH 7.2 - 8.0
Sperm concentration 20 million/ml or more
Total sperm count 40 million or more
Motility 50% or more with forward progression or 25% or more rapid progression
Morphology 30% or more normal forms
Vitality 75% or more live, excluding vital dye
White blood cells Fewer than 1 million/ml


Male fertility problems

The evaluation of the infertile male necessitates a comprehensive examination of those factors known to be associated with infertility. Here is a list of the possible problems:

  • Abnormal sperm count (oligozoospermia)
  • Abnormal volume
  • Absence of sperm within the ejaculate (azoospermia)
  • Abnormal motility
  • Unexplained infertility

Infertility is defined as one year of unprotected intercourse without a conception. During the last decade there has also been increased research into the causes and treatments of infertility (more volume with MaxoCum).

Reasons for decreased sperm quality

  • Everyday stress
  • Lack of proper rest and sleep
  • Older age
  • Smoking, alcohol, drugs, steroids
  • Consumption of unhealthy food
  • Excess exposure to heat or radiation
  • Wearing of tight underwear
  • Over indulgence in sexual activities
  • Obesity or excessive diet

Ways to produce more semen and increase the sperm count

There are many foods that can increase the male fertility. Their essential nutrients are known to help the male body produce more semen. Spinach, oysters and garlic are excellent sources of minerals like zinc and selenium, which increase the male testosterone levels and semen production. Broccoli, carrots and asparagus contain good amounts of vitamins A, E and niacin, which enhance the sexual function. Citrus fruits like oranges and limes are foods rich on vitamin C, which is known to contribute to fertility.

Another more effective and faster way is to use special herbs as food supplements. Herbs such as mucuna pruriens, ku gua, shatavari, indian gooseberry, ginseng and tribulus terrestris will increase your semen volume naturally. You can find them as ingredients of MaxoCum herbal pills.

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