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What to eat to increase semen production
I want to increase semen volume. First time ejaculation produces good semen, Good pleasure..all good. But 2nd time erection feels like no semen inside and finally produces very less semen. Even next day also low semen. Orgasm quality also affected. I have to wait for 2 days to to get good ejaculation with good pleasure. After 1st ejaculation - no pain in penis After 2nd ejaculation - pain in penis Because of this, i am not able to ejaculatate twice in same day. I strongly believe, I am running out of semen for subsequent erections. BUT NO PROBLEMS WITH ERECTIONS. Testosterone levels are normal. How and what to eat to increase semen production in my body? Suggest me good diet to increase semen volume.
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Use some natural herbs N Follow our diet chart N Do some special yoga If u want best result
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Supplements nare thier to increase it understood your concern  and noted the problem as well .I need to ask few more details to make a diagnosis and start treatment and advice which suits you. Pl consult me on Practo , so that I can help you better.book a time slot as per your convenience for consultation.
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Hello, there can be many reasons for the problem... There are so many causes for low sperm count like varicocele, hyseocele… Some infections, sexually transmitted infections, including gonorrhoea... Ejaculation issues, undescended testicles, Hormone imbalances. Problems with sexual intercourse like erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, painful intercourse. Exposure to radiation, X rays, overheating the testicles. Elevated temperatures impairs sperm production and function… Like sitting for long periods, wearing tight clothing or working on a laptop computer for long stretches of time also may increase the temperature in your scrotum and may slightly reduce sperm production. So better to avoid all these. Alcohol & Tobacco use, smoking, Emotional stress, Depression and overweight also causes low Sperm count n low motility. Take food items rich with vitamin C. vitamin D and zinc. Start taking hot milk twice a day also two to three dates in the morning and in the night with milk. Avoid junk food, oily and more spicy food, alcohol, tobacco, tension and anxiety. Start doing brisk walk or running or cardio exercises for at least 1 hour a day. I am suggesting u some ayurvedic medicines. Take dhatu paushtika churan one teaspoon in the morning & in the night. Take tablet shukar matrika bati one in the morning and one in the night. Take tablet Brihat Bangeshwar ras one in the morning one and one in the night after food. All three preferably with milk or with water. Do all the above suggested treatment for 4 months and see the results. If you don't get satisfactory results then please go to your family doctor or a good sexologist or urologist. You can also contact me on my private chat or directly on my clinic numbers. We can send you the medicines by courier. My website: www.kayakalpinternational.com
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