Semen and sperm are not synonyms. The sperm move through best semen enhancer which is a mixture of fluids that contain fructose and proteolytic enzymes.

To prevent the body from confusing sperm with a foreign and harmful agent, semen contains specialized cells to protect them.


Vitamin C and Vitamin B12
Zinc, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium and Phosphorus
For those who "take care of themselves": a spoonful of semen contains about 20 calories.

Semen for the skin: Semen contains spermine, which is a powerful antioxidant with properties that can delay aging and wrinkles by 20%.

What it tastes like: Due to the fructose it contains, semen has a slightly sweet taste. The taste may change depending on the man's diet.

If a sperm is not ejaculated, it is reabsorbed by the body.

The testicles are outside the body to be able to regulate the ideal temperature for sperm creation; they rise and fall depending on the ambient temperature.
The average temperature of the testicles is at least 1º C lower than that of the whole body.
When a man crosses his legs, the temperature in his testicles can rise .5º C.
A man ejaculates on average half a teaspoon (of tea) of semen.
Sperm are haploid cells (that is, they contain only one set of chromosomes).

Chromosomes are the cells that define the sex of the embryo by having an X or Y chromosome, unlike the egg that only contains an X chromosome.

They were discovered by Anton Von Leeuwenhoek in 1677; Towards microscopes.

They are manufactured in the testicles, secondary to stimulation by the hormone GnRH, which is produced in the hypothalamus, and FSH that is produced in the pituitary gland. They take about 64 days to form (spermatogenesis), their average half-life is 24 hours.

They can only survive in a warm environment, but at least 1ºC below the total body temperature.

As they are?
90% of the ejaculated sperm is deformed. None is the same and can have multiple defects in the head, neck or tail, as well as two heads or two tails (these defects affect the sperm's ability to reach the ovum but does not mean infertility).

They conform as follows:
Head: contains 2 main parts:

Acrosome: contains the enzymes necessary for its penetration into the ovule
Core: contains the genetic load of the sperm.
Flagellum (tail): Provides motility thanks to the energy generated by mitochondria concentrated in the helical sheath of the same

Sperm are the only cells that have a scourge for their motility.
They measure on average, from head to tail, 0.002 inches, or a micrometer.
Less than half of the sperm "swim" in a straight line; almost everyone moves in circles or in the same sense as the "tide" of semen.

How many?
In an average ejaculation, there are between 300 and 400 million sperm.
Unlike women born with the ovules they will have throughout their lives, man makes sperm every day.

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To prevent the body from confusing sperm with a foreign and harmful agent, semen contains specialized cells to protect them.