What determines the sexual satisfaction that a man experiences during an orgasm? Is it the amount of semen that he ejaculates?
Is it the amount of sperm in that semen?
Is it determined by the length of the orgasm that he experiences, or the strength of the muscular contractions? Or is it determined by a combination of all of these things? There are many people who believe that the amount of sperm, as well as the motility and virility of said sperm, has a direct effect on the amount of sexual pleasure that a man experiences. Read on to see if there is any truth to this theory.
Ejaculate Volume and Orgasm
There are a number of products on the market that are designed to increase your ejaculate volume as a way to improve your orgasm. The theory is that the muscles that cause you to ejaculate will continue to contract as long as there is seminal fluid to expel, increasing the length and the intensity of your orgasm. Most men who utilize these supplements have reported a dramatic increase in their overall sexual satisfaction, as well as the satisfaction of their partners. But what does this have to do with fertility?
Sperm count tests are defined by 10 unique parameters, including:
- Total count
- Motility or ability to move
- Morphology or the physical appearance of the sperm cells.
- Ejaculate volume
- Fructose Level
- pH or the acid or base level of the ejaculate fluid.
- Liquefaction or the time it takes for the seminal fluid to turn from a gel into a liquid.
- MOT or the number of how many sperm cells, by millions, are motile
A problem with one or more of these tests can indicate any number of problems. If a man is not producing enough sperm, there is no reason for the body to produce high amounts of ejaculate fluid to carry that sperm during orgasm. All of the components of the seminal fluid will increase or decrease in an exponential way dependant on the presence of each of the other components.
As a side note: Artificially increasing the amount of seminal fluid without taking steps to increase the number of motile sperm that the body is producing can actually cause fertility problems. You might be experiencing mind blowing orgasms while sacrificing your ability to reproduce.
Is there a connection?
In a word, yes, there is a connection between a man’s fertility and his level of sexual satisfaction. If there is an increase in the number of healthy and motile sperm that the man is producing, there will be a marked increase in the amount of seminal fluid that he produces as well. This, in turn, can lead to more satisfying orgasms, due to the overall increase in the amount of ejaculate fluid produced by the body.
As long as it is done safely and naturally, increasing the sperm count can be an effective way to improve you sex life, for both yourself and for any potential partners. Just be careful to take precautions, because increased sperm counts will higher chances of successfully fertilizing an egg.