The Mayo Clinic reports that living a healthy lifestyle can help a man naturally produce more sperm. Diet, medications, environmental factors and extracurricular activities can all affect how much sperm a man produces. A... More »

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The amount of sperm produced by a whale depends on the size of the whale's testicles as well as the type of whale. One example, the blue whale, produces approximately 30 to 40 pints of sperm in a single mating session. More »

The Mayo Clinic confirms that a successful pregnancy remains possible for men with low sperm counts. Men with low sperm counts can increase their odds of fertilization by engaging in an increased frequency of sex, avoidi... More »

Men produce sperm on a continuous basis. An average man produces over one million sperm a day, according to MSN Health; however, this may vary in men with a sperm count that is considered low. More »

Fertile cervical mucus, which occurs just before ovulation, typically lasts between three and four days, according to the Mayo Clinic. Women that are trying to conceive can monitor their cervical mucus patterns to identi... More »

During a hysterectomy, the uterus is removed by cutting the inside of the vagina and detaching the uterus from the other pelvic organs, according to Mayo Clinic. The doctor pulls the uterus out through the vagina and sti... More »

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Patients typically prepare for an ovary removal surgery, known as a unilateral oophorectomy, by restricting food and beverage consumption the day before the procedure, Mayo Clinic states. The doctor also provides a solut... More »

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