Thursday, February 16, 2012

7 Unique Facts About Semen

In a health perspective, the semen is seen as a biological substance released by the male to fertilize the eggs of women through the process of sperm-egg union. But there are some strange facts about semen that has not been known. What are they?

By definition, semen or seminal fluid is an organic fluid, also known as seminal fluid, which usually contains spermatozoa. Physiologically, semen is secreted by the gonads (sexual glands) and other sexual organs of male or hermaphroditic animals for medical wanita.Teknologi fertilize the egg always pay attention in defining, monitoring and improving the quality of semen. And some studies have found a strange facts that occurred in the semen.
Reporting from Healthmad, here are some strange facts about semen:
1. Semen can cause allergies
Though rare, but there are some women who are allergic to semen. This condition is medically known hypersensitivity to human seminal plasma (seminal plasma hypersensitivity). Symptoms depend on the condition of the body and the amount of sperm that enter the body. The most common symptoms such as itching, redness, blisters, sometimes causing difficulty breathing.

2. Semen believed to be a source of potential energy
Of socio-cultural perspective, semen has been associated with a potential energy source in the theory of Chinese medicine and Chi Kung. According to Chi Kung theory, energy is transferred from the body and transferred to the sexual organs during sexual arousal. This theory suggests that after the release of semen, a specific energy of the human body is also being released. This explains why people feel weak after the release of sperm.

3. Magic of the use of semen
Of the Strickland-Bosavi, Papua New Guinea, tribal eToro believes that semen provides sexual maturity among young people in the tribe. On past practice, the youth of the tribe had to drink the semen of tribal elders to reach sexual maturity.

4. Semen taste depending on the food you eat man
Taste of semen varies depending on the food consumed, hygiene and other external factors. According to Bodansky in his book, To Bed or Not to Bed (2005), some women like the taste of semen but the others are not. For example, caffeine and red meat to make semen taste sour or bitter.

5. Semen as her antidepressants
It is not too surprising, because semen contains several mood-altering hormones, like testosterone, estrogen, follicle stimulating hormone, luteinizing hormone, prolactin and several different prostaglandins. Some women have been detected in the blood one hour after exposure to semen.

6. Semen is a nutrient
The results Johnson and Everitt in his book Essential Reproduction (2000) revealed that semen contains a high nutrient content. In a typical ejaculation (approximately one teaspoon) of semen already contains 150 mg of protein, carbohydrate 11 mg, 6 mg fat, 3 mg cholesterol, 7 percent of U.S. RDA potassium, copper and zinc.

7. Semen will never run out
It is quite justified, because according to experts only men take at least 15 minutes to increase the amount of semen after ejaculation.


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