Sperm Leakage

#SpermLeakage

By Dr Chudi

#Case1

I would love to know why my husband sperm always rush back from my virginal each time we have sex?
Is there a cure to this please?

#Case2

HELLO SIR,I love to conceive for the past 3month,now,i notice dat wenever i mate with my husband,after resting for about 1hr,i will stand up and start doing the house chores after about 20 to 30 mins,i notice dat the sperm will just rush out,what culd cause dis sir,at tym i feel a sharp pain in my right lower abdomen

#Case3

Why does sperm leak after intercourse? What is the implications? Does it have any effect on fertility?

#Case4

My husband and I are trying to have a baby, and this will be our first. I have read up on lots of info on how to get pregnant faster, so we are using the missionary position for best results, but I have noticed that after intercourse the sperm seems to come out. Is this normal? What can I do about it? Will it make our chances of conceiving less?

#Discussions

Ok.. I am gonna disappoint the myth seekers.
This phenomenon is 100% very normal and does not have an effect on your ability to conceive. We will talk about the probable reason why this happens in some women. In order to hit the point home, we need to get a little graphic, so bear with me.
First of all, the ejaculate, also called “cum” (the stuff that comes out when a man reaches the peak of sexual desire) is made up of a lot of different things. One of its components is sperm. The sperm is the basic unit of conception. So, in a normal male ejaculate, there are anywhere between 20 and 400 million sperm. So, imagine that, millions! And all you need to get pregnant is one. Just one lucky sperm out of millions!

Following sexual intercourse, what normally happens is that a lot of the ejaculate does leak out. Yes, this is applicable to every woman. No exceptions. However, in some women, this might appear excessive. Notwithstanding this leakage, some of it, however, remains in the back of the vagina (in the posterior fornix) and an even smaller amount makes its way up through the cervix, into the uterus and down the fallopian tubes. It is here, in the fallopian tubes, that the sperm and egg meet.

So, the bottom line is that you don’t need to lie in bed with your legs up after intercourse to get pregnant and the fact that semen is leaking out afterwards, doesn’t decrease your chances of conceiving.

Dr. Chudi Ufondu.

Reference & Photo Credit

Healthline

2019-04-24T02:26:46+00:00

About the Author:

Dr Chudi is a compassionate Medical Practitioner, Maternal and Child Health Specialist & Motivational Speaker.

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