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No. The only exception is if your doctor has conducted a semen analysis and determined that you have oligospermia, in which case your doctor might recommend having sexual intercourse with your wife 3-4 times a week instead of every day. The bottom line: Don't start any unproven 'methods' for increasing the chances of pregnancy without talking with your ...


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Thank you for the very interesting question regarding the prostate. Let me first briefly explain a few historical confusions regarding the nomenclature of prostatic disorders with particular attention to your ‘congestive prostatitis’, which may be called an almost extinct creature! Classifications of Prostatic Disorders Meares and Stamey (1968) suggested a ...


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First off, not sure if this question is serious or not, but here goes. According to this study (n=97, age 22-80): After adjusting for covariates, semen volume decreased by 0.03 ml per year of age I have no idea how much volume is in a handful of semen, but The median semen volume was 2.7 ml The average age in the population was 46. Therefore, we ...


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Nocturnal emissions (q.v.) are completely normal and generally nothing to worry about.


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Your actual sperm count will matter as well as volume to some degree, as well as her level of fertility. If your wife is not currently releasing a fertile egg nothing else at all matters of course. If there no fertile egg there to be ready, then volume & count mean nothing. You have to account then for timing as well of course. But you can have a ...


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Problems with erections can be caused by a physical condition, and they can be caused by psychological factors. Treating any physical or psychological underlying condition should help. Your GP can suggest possible treatment options. Treating erection problems caused by psychological factors can be more challenging. However, most men who persevere with ...


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