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What happens if sperm accumulates

by Alivia Nyhan
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Sperm accumulates

Sperm or semen is usually eliminated at the moment of climax or increased sexual arousal during sexual intercourse or masturbation. This substance is formed from the stimulation of hormones, allows fertility, and is a sample of how your body is in general, but what happens if its exit is prevented when it is about to be eliminated? What happens if you don’t ejaculate for weeks, months, or even years? Can you have orgasms without ejaculating? These are all questions that many men ask themselves that have to do with different aspects of male sexuality, both physical and mental, and emotional.

The answers to these questions and much more can be found in this FastlyHealarticle: what happens if sperm accumulates?

What happens if semen accumulates

Sperm is a liquid emitted by the male sexual organs. Also known as semen, it contains many minerals, hormones, fats, and sperm, among other substances.

Sperm is typically released after an orgasm, reached after physical and mental stimulation. After a sustained push, the usual thing is that between 2 and 4 ml of semen are released at the climax or moment of most significant sexual arousal.

Now, can sperm accumulate in the body? What happens if it collects? Faced with these questions, it is essential to address three very different issues since they have very other effects on your body. It is not the same:

  1. Prevent the exit of sperm that is about to be eliminated with an orgasm.
  2. Not having sexual intercourse or masturbation and, therefore, not emitting sperm.
  3. Conserve sperm in search of a pregnancy.
  4. Using mind control techniques to reach orgasm without ejaculation.
  5. Contain semen

When you have sex or during masturbation, you reach the highest point of excitement that usually ends with an orgasm and emission of semen.

In this case, utilizing physical maneuvers such as, for example, squeezing the penis, the elimination of sperm is contained. This is very harmful to the body since it inhibits the physiological need that your body has to eliminate a ready substance.

That abrupt movement cut in your body can generate immediate symptoms such as pain in the genital area, heaviness, a feeling of swelling, discomfort when urinating, and even when going to the belly. Repeating this practice over and over can lead to more chronic problems in the genital organs, for example.

That is why this practice is discouraged. If you are having sex or masturbating, the semen should be removed to relieve tension in that area.

  1. Do not emit sperm

Another very different matter is that you do not have sex or masturbate. In that case, sperm is not eliminated directly or not on purpose.

Your body is wise in that sense. Sperm, as I have mentioned, is made up of sperm and different fluids produced in the genitals.

Sperm is produced by hormonal stimulation in the testes, and they wait until they are eliminated. During sexual arousal, the other fluids are emitted, which join the sperm, and all are destroyed in ejaculation. Still, the semen as a whole does not accumulate in the body indefinitely but is produced to the extent that that man:

  • Be stimulated, both mentally and physically.
  • Live a healthy lifestyle.

The latter is vital for producing healthy male sex hormones and sperm, with an average healthy sperm count. This also leads to keeping the whole body fit with a large amount of energy, which is key to avoiding diseases.

Therefore, if you are not sexually stimulated and use your energy and focus on other aspects of your life, sperm does not accumulate or harm you no matter how long you spend weeks, months, or even years without having sex.

And if for some reason, there is too much sperm, your body will eliminate it. This sometimes happens at night and is known as “wet dreams” or male nocturnal pollution.

  1. Looking for a pregnancy

If the goal is to achieve a pregnancy, the man should conserve his sperm to be adequate. Of course, a healthy lifestyle is essential for fertility.

According to the WHO, sexual abstinence of 2 to 7 days improves the quality of the sperm. Therefore, many specialists indicate that sexual intercourse should be had around day 14 of the female menstrual cycle and every 48 hours, not daily, to achieve a pregnancy.

Medicines also recommend sexual abstinence to promote procreation as old as Hindu Ayurveda, but the indications go further.

To achieve an excellent state of the reproductive system and those healthy children are born, Ayurveda advises a preparation for six months favoring the production of sperm in men and ovules in women and improving the body’s general state. After those six months of preparation, a month of sexual abstinence is suggested, during which the body is strengthened and, especially, the reproductive system.

  1. Orgasm without ejaculation

Through different mind control techniques, while having sex, the aim is to reach orgasm while conserving the sperm. This is done precisely to save vital energy strengthen the body, mind, and spirit.

According to different Eastern philosophies, controlling this can cause a person to use that energy to heal if he suffers from disease and even grants long and healthy life.

On the other hand, those who encourage the practice of orgasm without ejaculation affirm that the man acquires more confidence and control of himself and, also, more significant sexual attraction towards him.

On the other hand, experts also talk about full-body orgasms. By controlling ejaculation, they do not focus all the arousal in the genital area and, therefore, orgasms usually also involve the mind, emotions, and other areas of the body.

In this case, when a man can control arousal, that is, when he consciously decreases the possibilities of stimulation in the body, sperm does not accumulate, but vital energy is conserved.

For these reasons and in search of conserving that vital energy, many Eastern philosophies, and even some Western ones, advise against frequent masturbation and stimulation with pornography. It has also been shown that pornography creates distorted images of reality, which means that when trying to have natural sexual relations, there is little confidence, difficulty in intimacy, and expectations that are not real.

Some centers and professionals teach these and other mind control practices, but like everything, some do it seriously, and those do not. You should also know that even if you have the best experts at your fingertips, it is a technique that takes time to learn, work and focus.

What happens if I retain the sperm

As I have told you, it depends on how that sperm is retained.

Suppose you have a sexual relationship or masturbating and stopping ejaculation, just like that. In that case, it can be painful and bring a series of problems at the moment or even later in your life if you do it frequently.

However, if you acquire mental training techniques, you may reach orgasm and not ejaculate. In that case, your body can instead benefit from conserving that vital energy.

Can not ejaculate cause illness?

If you retain the sperm that is about to be eliminated during orgasm, you may experience some unpleasant symptoms at the moment.

You can feel:

  • Pain in the penis
  • Pain in the testicles
  • Pain in the lower belly area.
  • The sensation of pressure in the genital area.
  • Swelling.
  • Burning to urinate.
  • Discomfort when going to the body.

It is not something that is talked about frequently, but if you practice this repeatedly, some more severe disorders can appear that can even become chronic, such as:

This article is merely informative; at FastlyHeal .com, we do not have the power to prescribe medical treatments or make any diagnosis. We invite you to see a doctor in the case of presenting any condition or discomfort.

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