One of the most recent studies of the Kinsley Institute, USA reached the conclusion that a man usually ejaculates 5.000 times during a lifetime and they estimated that this corresponds to approximately 16 litres of sperm.
Thus, according to specialists in the area, a young man of 15 ejaculates three times a week, and at 30 years five times a week.
Moreover, the statistics performed by sexology-researchers have indicated that one man discharges about 200 and 500 billions of spermatozoa during one ejaculation.
Theoretically, one ejaculation may conceive the entire population of the USA, fact that confirms the idea that a man practically has a stock of sexual energy even more powerful than an atomic bomb.
The question that comes out naturally is the following: what would be capable of a man that does not ejaculate and would use this energy in different manners. He would certainly become a superman!
However, before starting your practice in the area of the sexual continence, you should find out more about the priceless treasure that you have within.
1. Does the ejaculatory liquid normally contain sperm?
Yes, except the pathological cases, the ejaculatory liquid contains: lubricating liquid, spermatic liquid, prostate liquid and sometimes urine.
2. In the moment of the ejaculation, do the testicles come up towards the body?
Yes. Usually, the left testicle of men is smaller than the right one and hangs lower. During ejaculation, the muscles that sustain the testicles contract and thus the testicles are drawn towards the abdomen.
They may even leave the scrotum, and climb up towards the abdomen. There is nothing to worry about, as after a short moment of relaxation they come back to their place. If this should not happen, check with your physician.
3. Can the volume of the sperm become greater for procreation purposes?
Yes. This usually happens if the man does not make love for 7 days beforehand. The quantity of sperm builds up and when the discharge takes place, the sperm will be in a larger quantity.
4. Does the orgasm imply ejaculation?
No. By training your PC muscles and practicing your control over your genitals, you will find out that you are capable of discerning between orgasm as a complex psychical state and ejaculation, as a physical act.
This allows the man to experience several states of orgasm without experiencing inevitably the state of downfall that follows the ejaculation.
The Eastern theme of sexual continence clearly explains the difference between orgasm and ejaculation and offers practical solutions to get here.
5. Does the sperm always contain spermatozoa?
No. Maybe due to testicle related problems, or to an obstruction of the channel that allows the sperm to get out of the body, the spermatic level may not contain spermatozoa.
Vasectomy (the surgical obstruction) of the spermatic channels prevents the spermatozoa to pass towards the seminal testicles and is a contraceptive method suited for men.
6. Can the sperm change its color?
Yes. In the case of urinary infection, the sperm may become yellowish, and in case of hemorrhage it becomes pink, or even red. Any change in the sperm color should be a clear sign and check with a specialist.