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ejaculation

[i‚jak·yə′lā·shən]
(physiology)
The act or process of suddenly discharging a fluid from the body; specifically, the ejection of semen during orgasm.
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A different number of examinable ejaculates could be collected from the 6 males, and the 3 keas that were housed in pairs with the females gave a greater number of samples.
Salama may have documented the participation of the bladder, but no fewer than five studies have reported significant chemical differences between female ejaculate and urine.
Thereafter, three ejaculates from each participant at two-hour intervals on the same day were analyzed according to WHO 2010 guidelines (8) and functional parameters (23, 24).
No significant differences were identified in the pH of the ejaculates in both analysed groups (Table 2).
The ejaculates were collected using a standard manual method (gloved hand method).
The physical examination of the ejaculate includes measuring of the semen volume, assessment of viscosity, general visual appearance and odour.
Other contraceptive measures may be abandoned after the production of 1 azoospermic ejaculate or 2 consecutive ejaculates with fewer than 100 000 immotile spermatozoa.
A HE could have "retarded ejaculation" - a term which means he finds it hard to ejaculate.
Even though you think you ejaculate too soon, your partner may not - so it's worth checking with her.
The results of the study revealed no significant negative effect of Kan Jang on male semen quality and fertility, but rather a positive trend with respect to the number of spermatozoids in the whole ejaculate, the percentage of active (normokinetic) forms of spermatozoids, and fertility indexes, together with a decrease in the percentage of inactive (diskinetic) forms of spermatozoids.
The prior work found evidence that the more time a man spent apart from his sexual partner since they last had sex, the more sperm he ejaculates at the next copulation.
A man who ejaculates regularly has a regular turnover of sperm; a man who rarely ejaculates has more senescent sperm that are more likely to have morphological changes).