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 »

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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A sperm cell delivers its DNA to and fertilizes eggs, according to the National Center for Biotechnology Information. The BBC points out that this genetic material is contained in 23 chromosomes, which combine with the 2... More »

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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Some women experience normal pain and cramping on or around the time of ovulation on a regular basis, according to Fertility at About.com. However, cramping after ovulation is also an early sign of pregnancy, according t... More »

Although ejaculation occurs for only around ten per cent of women (compared with most men), the colorless fluid released by some during orgasm has a similar make-up to semen, containing prostatic acid phosphatase, glucos... More »

Jock itch is more common in men, but women can get it, as stated by WebMD. Jock itch causes symptoms such as itchy, red skin. More »

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