Hyperspermia is a condition in which a man produces a significantly larger amount of sperm than is considered normal. Hyperspermia is a fairly rare diagnosis, and men often think they may have hyperspermia from an ejaculation that was simply above average in volume.
What is Hyperspermia?
The normal amount of sperm produced by a man is typically between 2 and 5 milliliters per ejaculation, so when a man ejaculates more than this amount it can be considered hyperspermia. Many men vary in their ejaculation amounts, so it’s best to take an average when determining of someone has hyperspermia. Symptoms of hyperspermia may include an increased volume of ejaculate, difficulty ejaculating, increased pleasure in ejaculation, or discomfort during ejaculation.
How To Enduce Hyperspermia?
There are some factors that may contribute to an increased volume of semen and sperm, such as not ejaculating for an extended period of time and increased hydration levels. Another factor can be diet and nutrient intake. There are many nutrients and vitamins that play a role in both sperm and semen production that can potentially increase semen volume. Some examples of these nutrients include pygeum, zinc, and lecithin.
Is Hyperspermia safe?
As stated above, many men that believe they are experiencing hyperspermia are actually just having a few larger than average ejaculations.
While hyperspermia itself is not necessarily harmful, it can be a sign of underlying health issues that may need to be addressed. For example, if a man is experiencing hyperspermia due to a sexually transmitted infection, it is important to receive treatment to address the infection and prevent further complications.
If you are experiencing symptoms of hyperspermia or are concerned about your fertility, it is important to talk to a healthcare professional. They can evaluate your health and provide guidance on any necessary lifestyle changes or treatments.