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Effect Of Sex Abstinence On A Man's Sperm Cells

The health of a man's sperm, including their number, concentration, and mobility, may improve if he abstains from s£xual activity, reports Healthline. Researchers observed that men with low sperm counts saw an increase after going one day without having s£x, but saw a decrease after going more than a day. Often, men who are seeking infertility therapy are asked to provide a sperm sample after they have gone drug-free for a full day. After seven days of abstinence, men who wish to give their sperm should collect sperm samples to ensure they are of a healthy quality.

Avoiding pregnancy and s£xually transmitted diseases (STDs) by abstinence is a viable option for those who aren't yet ready to take preventative or curative measures. Giving up drugs or alcohol can free your mind to focus on the things that really matter to you, such your loved ones, your career, your education, your hobbies, your participation in sports and other activities, and your future plans.

Many reproductive health centers do not take sperm samples from men until after they have abstained for at least two to seven days, despite the World Health Organization's recommendation that men wait at least that long. Research shows that the number of sexual partners a guy avoids has an effect on the quality of his sperm. It's important to note that the amount of days a man needs go without s£x varies depending on his sperm count, with those with a higher count needing to abstain from s£x for fewer days.

Lastly, a few days without s£x can boost sperm count and quality. In the event that you suspect infertility, it is essential that you consult a medical professional to understand how to enhance your sperm cells.

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