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23 Feb 2004
Is it possiable to increase the amount I cum?
Semen is a combination of sperm and secretions of the seminal vesicle, prostate gland, and bulbo-urethral glands. On average, when ejaculating, the male releases 2.5 - 6 milliliters of semen, including approximately 50 - 100 million spermatozoa per milliliter. Semen is produced every day. What you need to know is that when engaging in multiple daily ejaculations, the amount of semen decreases with each ejaculation. On the other hand, if you wait a couple of days and abstain from releasing, more semen will build up, providing a larger amount of ejaculate.
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