Lovemaking that Causes Infertility: Too Frequent Sexual Intercourse

Ejaculation in sex results in pregnancy when the sperm and egg meet, and combines to form a fertilized egg. Without ejaculation, the sperm and egg cannot meet, and pregnancy does not arise. Failure to ejaculate is caused by both mental and physical reasons.

Medical research suggests that a common cause of infertility has the following symptoms:

Mental factors include a fear of pregnancy, or temporarily not wanting childbirth, and therefore taking the coitus interruptus approach to deliberately not ejaculate. Physical factors can include some genitourinary tract organic diseases such as congenital absence of vas deferens or vas deferens obstruction, so sperm cannot be excreted.

An inability to ejaculate and ejaculation incompetence is different in that the former has completely no ability to ejaculate, while the latter has the ability to ejaculate but the sperm cannot be released in vitro, due to disease factors or otherwise.

So-called impotence refers to cases where the penis cannot erect during sex, or the erection is not hard and therefore cannot complete sexual intercourse. If there is no sex, of course there is no pregnancy.

A woman’s ovulation period is essentially in the two weeks before menstruation. Having intercourse about two or three days before and after ovulation makes conceiving possible. A woman is vulnerable to pregnancy during this period, so for couples who are concerned about contraception, it is a “dangerous period.” Sex during the non-ovulation period, because the woman is not ovulating, will not result in pregnancy.

Some couples think that increasing the frequency of sexual intercourse can increase the probability of pregnancy, but their frequent sexual intercourse still does not result in pregnancy. The reason is because too frequent sexual intercourse can cause reduced sperm count, lower quality sperm, or the ejaculated sperm is immature, so you cannot get pregnant. Only those who have intercourse regularly in order to ensure the quantity and quality of sperm will have the potential for pregnancy.

Too little sexual intercourse on the other hand means fewer opportunities for the sperm to meet the egg, thus it is also not easy to conceive. In addition, when the frequency of sexual intercourse is too little, the intervals between sexual intercourse is too long, so excreted sperm quality is not high or “aged”. Similarly, this is not conducive to pregnancy.

Under normal circumstances, sperm should be ejaculated in vitro. If not, the sperm is reversed into the bladder, which is called retrograde ejaculation. The male urethra has both ejaculation and urination functions. When the bladder sphincter contracts, the urine is “off” in the bladder. If the bladder sphincter relaxes, urine will be excreted. In addition, the urethra passes through the urogenital septum. At the junction of the middle third of the urethra and the inner third, there is a membranous urethral sphincter. This sphincter has an independent role and only comes into play during ejaculation. When the bladder sphincter contracts, the membranous urethral sphincter begins to relax, semen is ejected through the urethra injection, and ejaculation occurs.

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