Diseases like diabetes and hypertension and medications to treat these conditions may lead to low libido. Taking male enhancement supplement usually helps to boost sex drive. But taking the best male enhancement supplement will not be enough to boost your libido if you don't make the necessary lifestyle changes.
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A 50 year old man may have a 20% decrease in volume compared to a 30 year old.
Time elapse since previous ejaculation: Peak ejaculate volume is reach in 24-48 hours. Larger volumes are evident with greater durations of abstinence.
Hydration status: Total ejaculate volume is 98% water. Ejaculate volume will be reduced and thicker if dehydrated (not enough water circulating in the body). Avoid dehydrating substances (e.g., alcohol, coffee).
Presently, there is no medically proven method to increase ejaculate volume.
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