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Increase ejaculation volume, staying power and gain improved confidence in the bedroom.
How Do Male Volume Enhancers Work?
Low semen volume is a very common problem amongst men, but many do not know what they can do about it
and prefer to stay quiet for fear of ridicule. They are left feeling frustrated as they are stuck with substandard semen production. There are a number of reasons why a man would feel the need to increase his semen volume and it is thought by many men that producing a larger amount of semen is a good reflection of his ability to perform in the bedroom and gives a man a lot of inner confidence as they will feel manlier.
There are a number of semen volume enhancers that are specially designed for the purpose of a larger quantity of semen, that are fast acting and effective ensuring better quality semen and greater consistency of semen. The larger volume of semen the man produces the more intense and longer the orgasm will be as the more contractions will be needed to release the semen. This will be highly pleasurable for the man and ultimately make him feel more masculine. A recent study showed that over 85% of women find it a turn on when partners produce larger amounts of semen. So apart from it being infinitely more pleasing to the man himself, a lot of women do find it visually appealing.
A male volume enhancement pill does its job by helping to enhance these parts of the male reproductive system:
Male volume enhancers have the sole purpose of increasing sperm and semen production and its quantity, although it is
best to decide whether it is just the sperm and semen that you want to improve or whether you also want to attain
much improved potency and fertility as well. In which case, you need to go for a supplement that will increase not
only volume but also quantity and health of sperm.
- Ejaculatory Ducts; this is if you like, the corridor through the seminal glands where semen travels through during ejaculation
- Epididymis; The epididymis holds the sperm that is produced by the seminiferous tubules until it matures. It will stay there until ejaculation.
Testes/Testicles; The two testes in the scrotum produce sperm and testosterone. In each testis is a
kilometre of ducts called the seminiferous tubules, these are the organs that distribute sperm.
Prostate Gland; this produces a fluid that makes up the semen. The prostate gland prevents urine from getting into
the semen and upsetting the pH balance that is required by the sperm by squeezing the urethral duct to the bladder shut.
Seminal Vesicles; The Seminal vesicles produce semen, which is a fluid that is produced and helps to protect the sperm
once it has left the penis during ejaculation.
- Vas Deferens; these are the ducts that lead from the Epididymis
to the seminal vesicles.