Letting your sperm build in order to increase your chances to conceive

Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
This is a crazy question, but as of late I can't help but think that if you wait a few weeks and really let the sexual tensions build, that you may be able to increase your chances in conceiving a child. I say this because last time my wife became pregnant we were apart for months. This time around, we couldn't have sex for nearlt a month due to a recent remodel of our home. I was just wondering if there is any truth to this. Can allowing your sperm to build, so to speak, can you actually increase your chances?
12/11/2012
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Ryuson Ryuson
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Originally posted by Rod Ronald
This is a crazy question, but as of late I can't help but think that if you wait a few weeks and really let the sexual tensions build, that you may be able to increase your chances in conceiving a child. I say this because last time my wife ... More
You shoot between 200 and 500 million sperm per shot, no matter how many sperm are in your testes. This is only like 5% of your total ejaculation, though, because sperm are super tiny.

Sperm can survive inside the testes for about 3 weeks before getting too old and being 'recycled.' While you shoot about the same amount of sperm per load no matter how many sperm are in your testes, it may be possible that the 'bad swimmers' get recycled before the 'good swimmers,' giving you a better chance of having a 'good swimmer' get shot high enough into the vagina to make it to the egg.

You also may have been lucky and extra passionate, shooting your load multiple times or particularly deep.
12/11/2012
deltalima deltalima
Quote:
Originally posted by Rod Ronald
This is a crazy question, but as of late I can't help but think that if you wait a few weeks and really let the sexual tensions build, that you may be able to increase your chances in conceiving a child. I say this because last time my wife ... More
That's actually bad for the quality/health of the sperm.
12/11/2012
CrazyDazy CrazyDazy
It might be the quantity after being apart for months at a time, that actually helps. That's what happened to us when I was gone for a month...
12/12/2012
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