Copenhagen, the global production of sperm is believed to down 50 percent so thatmakes men worry hard impregnate his partner. But now the data certainly is not valid,because the sperm count had not changed much in 15 years. Concerns that the men of today will be increasingly difficult to impregnate their partnerstriggered by the Danish research scientists, Dolores Lamb in 1992. The observationsbetween the years 1938-1991 show the number of sperm produced by men continues tobe reduced by 50 percent.
Research facilitated by the Baylor College of Medicine is revealed, the consumption ofdrugs and the high level of pollution also trigger a reduction in sperm production. In contrast, male reproductive disorders is increasing one testicular cancer. Although very horrendous and has been quoted in more than 1,000 journalsreproduction, criticisms and doubts of experts also came from fellow reproduction. Dr.Niels Erik Skakkebaek who is also from Denmark for example, assess the methods in this study less valid.
Together with his team at the University of Copenhagen, Dr Skakkebaek conductsimilar research with methods that have been updated. Total sample more, about 5,000men and observed a period long enough that between the years 1996-2010. Observations for 15 years shows, the average number of sperm produced by a man notmuch changed, ie between 40-45 million / mL. Excerpted from the NYTimes, the lowest record in 2006 which printed 35 million / mL, whereasmost of the year 2007 that is 50 million / mL.
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