Semen, also known as ejaculate, is the fluid containing sperm that is ejaculated during sexual excitement. It is composed of seminal fluid from the seminal vesicles, fluid from the prostate, fluid from the Cowper's gland, and sperm. Sperm move from the testicles to the seminal vesicles through tubes called the vas deferens. In the seminal vesicles, they mix with other fluids to form semen.
A tablespoon of semen contains approximately six calories. Semen does contain protein, but it also contains all kinds of chemicals and minerals, including water, sugar, calcium, chlorine, magnesium, nitrogen, vitamin B12, and zinc. But it does not contain enough of any of these things to be considered "nutritious."
What's sperm made up of?
It contains at least 3 vitamins: C, B12, and E. It also contains important minerals including calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, and phosphor. Two sweeteners, fructose (found in fruits) and sorbitol are in there too. It also contains proteins. Strangely, all this makes sperm an exceptional nutritional supplement (but not one that can ever substitute a balanced diet, experts warn). It also contains a trace of cholesterol and sodium.
No; it does not contain the herpes virus.
That would be semen, or seminal fluid. Semen may or may not contain spermatozoa.
Yes before puberty you can produce semen. But this semen may not contain any fertile mature sperm.
Semen generally contains sperm cells, and it is the sperm cells in the semen that cause pregnancy. However, if the man has had a successful vasectomy or had his testes removed, his semen will not contain sperm cells.
No, a chicken egg itself does not contain semen. The rooster must fertilise the egg.
no most of them contain semen you dick head
Well semen does contain calcium and vitamin D, both of which are essential for health. So in a sense, yes, semen is good for your health.
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No, a large penis is not correlated with a higher ejaculation volume. The size of the testicles also has nothing to do with semen amount.
One small ounce of semen can contain several billion sperm and that's all it takes for a conception to occur.
Bloody saliva, semen, vaginal secretions
Yes. The pre-ejaculate does contain semen.
No. Taurine is a natural aminoethanesulfonic acid, and thus has nothing to do with bull semen, sperm or anything of that nature.
Yes, it is the liquid (semen) which carries the sperm inside the female.
Sperm itself doesn't, but the semen it lives in does, in small amounts.
Yes it does. It contain taurine which is basically bull semen, or parts of the semen. Although it can come from any other male cattle. So yes it does
Yes. Even though the semen is clear, it can still contain sperm.
No, semen can be clear, cloudy, white or even yellowish and still contain viable sperm.
No, there can be some "leaking" of semen even before ejaculation. The penis often produces lubrication, popularly called precum, particularly when erect. Although this is mainly clear seminal fluid (or semen) it can contain some sperm and it is possible for a girl to get pregnant from it if it is introduced into her vagina.
in my understandig the hiv virus lives only with in cell becous hiv virus is obligatory intracelular parasite so hiv may stay in the semen b/c of semen has contain small amount of blood but rather than blood hiv in the semen short life long b/c the muliplication may disteb