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Semen volumizers, also called semen enhancers, fall into the category of natural male semen/sperm enhancement. Unlike other methods of male enhancement, semen volumizers are designed solely to increase the amount of semen produced during ejaculation. Often used by male adult film stars to increase the volume of their ejaculate, they are also believed to increase male fertility. Here you will find links to several resources with more detailed information about semen enhancement products.RSS
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With new and effective products being designed to specifically enhance male ejaculation, more men today are now discovering the benefits of increased orgasms...
There are a multitude of reasons for an increase or decrease in sperm production. Unlike women who are born with all the eggs they will ever need and stop producing egg cells upon menopause, men only start to produce sperm cells upon puberty...
While many people still regard fertility as a "woman's problem", the fact is that up to half of all cases of infertilty involve problems with the male partner...
The information included here was originally published by Reuters Health (RH), the world's leading provider of medical and healthcare news...