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From the instant that you ejaculate into your partner, what is the total amount of time (like one hour, two hours etc.) needed to regenerate your sperm? In other words, how long before a man can cum again after he has shot his load? Is there anything you can do to increase that time?Sperm Regeneration after Ejaculation

There really is no simple and straight forward answer to your questions. The time it takes between successive ejaculations (called the refractory period) can depend on a number of factors including, but not limited to:

  1. Age of the person in question.
  2. Frequency of regular ejaculations.
  3. Whether the use of any semen enhancing products are involved.

In general, the younger you are the faster you can achieve multiple episodes of ejaculation. Men who are in their prime (approx. age 18-24) can often ejaculate within less than an hour of previous release. When you get older it usually takes a bit more time to "regenerate."

It also depends on how frequently you ejaculate. If you go for days or even weeks without release, the amount of semen stored will be greater. Since not all of the fluid is released during ejaculation, it's usually possible to reach climax again within a shorter period of time.

Finally, certain natural supplements such as "semen voluzimers" work to increase the overall amount of ejaculate that your body produces. The result is that you actually ejaculate a greater volume of semen and also lower the length of time between ejaculations because of this increase in stored semen. One popular supplement used to increase semen production is called VolumePills (see link for more information).

While these types of semen enhancement pills are very effective, they do take some time to achieve maximum results. Semen output is usually greatest after about a 3-4 month period of regular use (daily capsules).

Posted by PRS
Monday, November 16th, 2015


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