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 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 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 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 »

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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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 »