Basic sex and reproductive education has it that the testicles are the ones responsible for the production of sperm cells. The Prostate Gland and Seminal Vesicle produce the semen that comes out with it during ejaculation. Semen activates and protects the sperm as soon as it’s out of the penis. Having established this basic premise, it is only logical to think that the amount and quality of sperm and semen these glands produce is dependent on how well they function or how healthy these glands are, unless of course other major factors play like terminal diseases and chronic illnesses. This would then lead to a conventional wisdom that a healthy reproductive system ( with all its parts well and working) is the fundamental element of a healthy sex life, of good orgasms and loaded ejaculations.
But one shouldn’t end there. A man wanting to increase sperm volume must further explore his body and learn how to put it in harmony to help him achieve better ejaculation, more sperm that is. One way is to discover ways on how to improve the reproductive parts affecting and relating to sperm. The sperm volume is also affected by the contractions one experiences during orgasm. The harder the contraction, the more sperm is released. So if sperm production are both going normal, the intensity of contractions may be at fault for unsatisfactory ejaculation. If this is the case, then honing the strength of the reproductive parts related to contractions must be done. The pubococcygeus muscle, anal sphincter, rectum and perinium, ejaculatory ducts, and the muscles around the penis are the ones responsible for contractions during the orgasm. Enhancing these parts is a logical and practical approach in achieving more sperm.
So whether it be the frequency or the quality, the problem on how to increase sperm volume is not really a major problem anymore these days. Sexual liberation, medical, and technological innovations are very much in place for men’s welfare and advantage. Know more, explore more, release more sperm.