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The bikini was wet, I mean. I was sixteen years old then. I was still a virgin but was becoming highly sexually aware.
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Those with looser-fitting underwear produced up to a third more swimming sperm than those who preferred budgie-smuggler type briefs. Previous studies have been inconclusive as to whether a tighter option increases scrotum temperature and so reduces sperm quality and numbers. The study found men who wear boxer shorts have higher sperm concentrations than men who wear tighter fitting underwear including very skimpy briefs dubbed a bikini.
A new study led by Harvard T. Chan School of Public Health offers one of the most comprehensive examinations to date into this long-running debate. The researchers found that men who wear boxers do indeed have better sperm counts and healthier reproductive hormone levels than their tight underwear counterparts.
By Megan Sheets For Dailymail. An Oregon doctor is suing a fertility clinic after he discovered that the sperm he donated 30 years ago when he was a medical student was used to father at least 17 children. Cleary was a first-year medical student at OHSU in when he was approached by staff at the fertility clinic about donating, according to the lawsuit.
Until now, self tests only indicated sperm count - ignoring the importance of semen quality, which could leave some men are falsely reassured. For many men, having to attend a fertility clinic produce a semen sample on the spot can be embarrassing. Until now, these self tests have only indicated the sperm count - ignoring the importance of sperm quality, which could mean that some men are falsely reassured. But IVF experts from Motility Count, Denmark, have developed a simple and reliable, home test kit called SwimCount that not only indicates the sperm count but also shows whether these sperm are good swimmers.
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A study published Wednesday suggests men who wear briefs — tight-fitting underwear — have sperm counts that are, on average, 17 percent lower than men who wear boxers. If you've ever seen someone with testicles get kicked in the groin, then you probably know that male genitals — often portrayed as a symbol of male strength and virility — aren't actually that tough. But can testicles — or rather, the sperm they produce — be harmed by something as seemingly innocent as a pair of briefs?