According to a recent study , men who are unsatisfied with the volume of their cum experience high levels of relationship distress, fear of failure, sexual dissatisfaction and anxiety regarding their sexual performance. Thanks a bunch, unfettered access to limitless pornography. Now guys want bigger loads, too. Is it possible to, well, cum more? Alas, the ordinary load is anything but big: The average volume of ejaculate is between 3 and 5 milliliters or about a teaspoon , according to a World Health Organization study. Furthermore, the amount of semen a person ejaculates decreases as they age, with peak production occurring between the ages 30 and
What You Should Know About Hyperspermia
Hyperspermia: Symptoms, Causes, Fertility, and More
The average distance and volume of ejaculate can vary from person to person. There are several factors that can influence how far a person can shoot ejaculate, and the volume they can produce. In general, younger males tend to have more forceful ejaculations, while the average volume of ejaculate is roughly 2—5 cubic centimeters, which is up to the volume of a teaspoon. This article explores the average volume, distance, force of ejaculate, and what factors affect them.
What to know about ejaculate volume and distance
Every sperm is great. In fact, the average male will produce roughly billion sperm cells over a lifetime and shed at least one billion of them per month. A healthy adult male can release between 40 million and 1. In contrast, women are born with an average 2 million egg follicles, the reproductive structures that give rise to eggs. By puberty, a majority of those follicles close up and only about will ever release mature eggs for fertilization.
Sperm in the first fraction of ejaculate are more numerous, move more and present better quality DNA than those lagging behind. This is the conclusion of a study led by the Ginemed fertility clinic, which confirms that while the objective of the first fraction is to fertilize the egg, the second phase is so that no sperm from any other male has a chance to fertilize it. A study led by the Ginemed Assisted Human Reproduction Clinic analyses the advantages of using fractions of ejaculate separately in in-vitro fertilization as a way to improve the sample of the semen.