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How Long Does It Take To Produce New Sperm

The process of production of new sperm in men is complex. Most people think that their body will begin to regenerate sperm Immediately after intercourse or feel it days after intercourse but the ideology is not true because scientists have revealed the correct analysis on this subject matter.

Spermatogenesis is the process by which the body makes sperm. The process begins when the hypothalamus in the brain releases a gonadotropin-releasing hormone. This hormone stimulates the anterior pituitary gland to secrete luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). These two hormones travel through the blood to the male reproductive organ.

In this piece in line with a publication on "Medical News Today", we are going to have some looks at how long it takes to produce new sperm after intercourse.

According to medical scientists, a man's body is constantly creating sperm, but the regeneration of the male reproductive cells is not immediate. However, on average, it takes a mature man around 74 days to produce new sperm from start to finish. Although there are conditions where it can be regenerated between 60 to 74 days after discharge.

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