Sperm, as slight as they are, can change us in a huge way These Are SPERM FACTS Every Women Should Know. For example: did you know that there is anywhere from 40-400 million of those little ones in the mediocre bulk of semen made each time a man ejaculates? And that’s just for beginners . . .
Sperm are formed in the man’s testes, and it takes 10 weeks for a one sperm to come to the maturity.
Mature sperm can wait up to two weeks for their huge day. By then, they are in the epididymis — a tendril like structure that runs across the top of each testicle.
If sperm is not ejaculated, it is cracked down and reabsorbed by the body.
Semen have only about 10 percent sperm — the rest is made of enzymes, vitamin C, calcium, protein, sodium, zinc, citric acid, and fructose sugar. All of these nutrients are needed to help sperm survive and bloom.
While the studies on the subject are narrow, there does seem to be some intercation between what men eat and the taste of their sperm. Red meat, dairy products, onions, garlic, and coffee may not go down as sweet as foods containing natural sugars, such as pineapple.
Healthy males make about 70-150 million sperm daily— but when they ejaculate, they can lose up to three times that amount.
The average man ejaculates enough semen to fill half of a teaspoon.
While men make millions of new sperm each and every day, the entire maturation course takes anywhere from two to three months.
Most sperm last in a woman’s body for about 72 hours. But, under the right conditions, it’s possible for sperm to survive for five to seven days.
There’s such a thing as abnormal sperm: two heads, short tails, little heads, big heads – you name it, it is possible.
There are male and female sperm. Female sperm are slower, but durable, while the males are faster, but fargile.