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Here comes the answer 49..the sperm

Here comes the answer 49..the sperm

People make babies on daily basis with sperm, some waste theirs,while others use it for…i don’t know again o. Okay, let us see the answers
1. Answer: Neither
By themselves, sperm don’t have a gender, but they’re in charge of what gender the baby is.
Dad’s sperm carry either an X or a Y chromosome, and there are about the same number of each. Y-carrying ones swim a bit faster, and they don’t live as long. But you need serious (and expensive) technology to shift the baby’s gender odds from 50/50.
2.Answer: 2 to 5 days
Sperm can kick it inside a vagina for several days, but if they’re outside a body, they’re done for quickly. So don’t worry about the dried stuff on sheets or clothing. Heat and chlorine also kill sperm off
3. Correct Answer: Join a rec league sports team
In a study, college-age men who exercised at least 15 hours a week had up to 73% more sperm than the couch potatoes. But your activity choice matters: Cycling more than 186 miles a week can also lower sperm quality
NB:”Rec league” is short for “recreational league” and refers to play within a local league formed of teams from the same neighborhood or general area, you know like our five-aside or monkey post.
4. Answer: Water
Sperm make up only 5% or less of your semen. It’s also got amino acids, protein, sugar, and minerals to nourish those baby-making swimmers
5. Answer: False
If nothing comes out when you climax, semen could be going into your bladder. It’s not dangerous, but you may want to check with your doctor or a specialist called a urologist, especially if you’re hoping to become a dad
6.Answer 70times
men produce about 3/4 of a teaspoon at a time, less than a typical dose of cough syrup. But a guy who’s very well hydrated or who has gone a long time without an orgasm could make more
7. Answer: No
Not on its own. But like other body fluids with protein — such as blood, sweat, saliva, and urine — semen will reflect ultraviolet or “black” light in a way we can see. Because of this, British spies used it as invisible ink during World War I. Now, crime scene techs use different kinds of light to help find “biologic” evidence including sperm.
8. Answer Myth
Despite the popular lore, there’s no evidence it works. And in rare cases, it could do more harm than good. Proteins in it can trigger a rare allergic reaction. This will cause pain, itching, burning, and swelling. Since the exact makeup of semen varies from person to person and from one time to the next, a semen allergy can crop up even with a longtime partner.
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