Can men ejaculate multiple times a day to increase their chances of childbirth? Normal men of reproductive age have a single ejaculation rate of around 60 to 200 million, of which over 70% are normal sperm. Such sperm can only reach the fallopian tubes through their own efforts and external assistance, and ultimately only one sperm completes the task of combining with the egg. There are many obstacles on the path of sperm and egg convergence, and if the number of sperm is not large enough, it is difficult to achieve the goal of conception.
Some men are puzzled: I ejaculate twice in a row, and the amount of semen in the second ejaculation is also quite high? Will this increase the chance of pregnancy? In fact, prostatic fluid accounts for about 40% of semen, seminal vesicle fluid accounts for about 60%, and urethral fluid accounts for about 1%. There are many sperm, but the volume of sperm is almost negligible. If the interval between two ejaculations is very short, the semen of the second ejaculation is mainly prostatic fluid and seminal vesicle fluid, and the number of sperm will be greatly reduced compared with the first ejaculation.
These bad habits need to be changed before getting pregnant
Avoid sauna or bathing for a week. Sperm must be kept at a temperature between 2 ℃ and 4 ℃ below normal body temperature, which is generally between 34 ℃ and 35.5 ℃, which is the most suitable temperature for male testicles, in order to produce a large amount of healthy sperm. If the temperature of the testicles reaches 36 ℃ or above, the sperm 'Mr.' will experience heatstroke, which can affect the quality of sperm and even cause male infertility.
In addition, many men like to wear jeans, giving them a natural and unrestrained feeling, while some men prefer to wear tight underwear. However, if you are a long-term office or driving person, you should pay extra attention to wearing them. Jeans and tight underwear can hinder testicular blood circulation and increase the temperature around the testicles by 2.5 ℃.
Quitting smoking and drinking 2 to 3 months before pregnancy preparation will increase the abnormality rate of sperm, while drinking will increase the risk of gonad infection such as prostatitis, which will lead to a decrease in the number and vitality of sperm.