Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Sex is often considered as a taboo subject in most cultures. What happens inside the bedroom is most commonly considered as an immensley private matter that talking about it in a casual way with other people may sometimes be deemed by some as a social misconduct. That is probably the reason why there is so little that we actually know right now about the most basic pillar of the survival of our race. This article delves into some of the least known facts about the least openly-talked about subject in the world.
  1. Normal amount of ejaculated sperm is 3-5 cc or 1 tablespoon
  2. The ovum (unfertilized egg from the ovary) is capable of being fertilized within 24-36 hours after ovulation.
  3. Sperm is viable within 48-72 hours or 2-3 days inside a woman’s uterus.
  4. Normal blood loss during menstruation is 50 cc or 1/4 cup.
  5. Smokers experience menopause up to two years earlier than non-smokers.
  6. It is only the sperm of the father who will determine the sex....
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