Does ejaculating multiple times in one session decrease sperm count? For example, does more sperm and fluid come out the first time than, let's say the 4th or 5th time, if you keep going within the same session? If so how long does one have to wait until the sperm count reaches a normal level?
hi there - there is mixed opinions/ evidence on this topic from what ive seen. the quality of sperm does not decrease the more you ejaculate but the volume will. it really make all the difference though as the chance of conception (with all the best conditions) is only about 20%. only a very small percentage of your sperm per ejaculation will actually make it up there to have a chance anyway.
for optimum sperm they suggest abstaining a few days prior to ovulation. if you google it im sure you'l find more information.
best of luck
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