News reveal some interesting findings about the reproductive process. According to a new study, male ejaculation has two phases. The first one is best for conception, as the level of sperm quality from the first fraction of ejaculate shows better results in conceiving human lives.
This very first flow contains spermatozoa, higher in DNA quality. This allows the sperm soldiers to move more and appear in far larger numbers than those bringing up the rear. Pre-ejaculate lubricates the urethra to keep sperm safe from mechanical damage.
The first phase, according to new theories, intends to fertilize the egg, while the second fragment prevents sperm from competitor males aiming at completing fertilization. The human body is quite fascinating and inspiring when it comes to its progressive mechanisms, allowing life to take shape and go on for generations.
This particular research, conducted by scientists at Ginemed Clinic in Seville allows for further analysis and insightful information to be uncovered in regards to the techniques of in vitro fertilization. Revealing the levels of efficiency in male reproduction fluids will lead to progressive results in artificial insemination.
The seminal parameters can now be measured to increase the success rate in reproductive processes for those of us who are trying to conceive. The first phase of ejaculation consists of approximately 15 to 45 percent of total volume, with the second fraction coming along to ensure that the first steps of the process took place according to the evolutionary human behavior.
The second fraction, consisting of 70% to 90% of the entire sperm quantity, is defined as secretion from the seminal vesicles. Apparently, these secretions contain far less sperm and include components that damage it, surprisingly. The second chapter in sperm ejaculation may have impact on the overall semen quality.
Ejaculation has always been regarded as a whole. Now, with this revolutionary research, scientists can dig deeper into the science of male reproductive systems and reveal information that helps us understand how our bodies work separately, to make them work better when brought closer together. Babies will be born this way and the world will be renewed with fresh slices of life.
To strengthen the value of their research, scientists tested the hypothesis. 40 males were asked to collect their ejaculate in two separate containers, one for each fraction. Characteristics of the seminal liquid were analyzed according to each separate phase. Tests revealed that their theories were truthful. First fraction is lower in overall volume but rich in sperm. This particular type of sperm coming from the first phase of ejaculation indeed contained components that protected its structure and properties. They found high rates of magnesium and zinc, rich sperm enhancers that produce higher motility rates.
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