The fact is, your semen and sperm production is dependant on a variety of factors. If you’re looking to shoot bigger semen loads you will need to provide your body with the best environment possible. While genetics and your reproductive system’s capacity will ultimately determine your max load, you have some control over providing optimum conditions for healthy sperm and semen production. Most men have never experienced their absolute biggest load, and are surprised at their capabilities once they maximize their semen potential and finally experience shooting a massive load.
Hello, I just turned 36 years old. I was diagnosed with premature ovarian failure at 30, then at 34, diagnosed with pre-menopause. To me the news is heart breaking because I want to have another baby. At this moment I’m not getting an cycles nor, according to the doctors have any eggs left. Would this fertility diet be affected for me this far off my time of being “Menopausal”? My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for 8 years now and every time I go to the doctor they give us less hope. They tell us, our only way is IVF or Egg Donor, but those procedures are too expensive for us to afford. I really hope this can help us. Thanks you.
Another age-related "false alarm" is that babies will experience several "growth spurts" in the first few months of life. Generally, these occur around two to three weeks, six weeks and three months of age or they may happen at any time. These are days when baby wants to nurse longer and more frequently to build up mother's milk supply. Follow baby's lead on this by letting him breastfeed as often and as long as he wants. This will help bring up milk supply quickly. The breasts work on the law of supply and demand. The more baby "tells" mother's breasts to make milk, the more milk she will have.