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  • magazinevim
    14.05.2021 - 9 hours ago

    COVID-19 roundup: Sperm ve aşılar, ibuprofen ve virüs riski

    COVID-19 roundup: Sperm ve aşılar, ibuprofen ve virüs riski

    Bu hafta, yeni koronavirüs ve virüsün neden olduğu hastalık olan COVID-19 için tedaviler ve aşılar bulma çabaları üzerine yapılan en son bilimsel çalışmaların bir araya getirilmesi. İsrailli araştırmacılar tarafından yapılan bir araştırmaya göre, Pfizer Inc ve BioNTech SE, Bnt162b2’den gelen covıd-19 mRNA aşısı spermlere zarar vermiyor. Erkeklerin aşılanmasından önce ve yaklaşık bir ay sonra 43…

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  • the-nysh
    13.05.2021 - 22 hours ago
    #opm#webcomic spoilers#black sperm#xerox-candybar#replies #oh geez he's sounding like some of those bizarre cat tales where they scheme/plot to murder you when you least expect it :P #he's definitely still up to something and he stays low key bidding his time as he regains strength #but we interestingly haven't really seen anyone care or interact with him as a typical pet either heh
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  • bai-feng-jiu
    13.05.2021 - 1 day ago

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    #not my sperm donor telling me i shouldn't be against '''god's people''' #if this mf doesn't d word before this year ends i'm taking matters into my own hands
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  • sissyformistresss
    13.05.2021 - 1 day ago

    Hello masters and mistres

    I m a submissive sissy slave.

    I am hungry for cum very much cum

    Can u please help me by giving cum in my mouth

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  • peziket
    13.05.2021 - 1 day ago

    get-a-load-of-this-guy cam

    #kris#oc#original character#alien oc #fun fact: his bag says supreme #well. it says sprm. which sounds like sperm. but i promise i just shortened it so the kronian lettering would fit LOL #kris could not afford supreme or the kronian equivalent this is just a joke on my part
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  • jessiefleming
    13.05.2021 - 1 day ago

    I have been called a waste of sperm on twitter a fucking anonymous coward isn't going to ruffle my feathers 🥱🥱

    #the waste of sperm thing was kinda funny though
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  • silamore
    13.05.2021 - 1 day ago

    Sperm Bank Market Complete Study Projects Huge Growth in Upcoming Years

    The global sperm bank market expected to reach USD 6.07 billion by 2028 according to a new study by Polaris Market Research. The report “Sperm Bank Market Share, Size, Trends, Industry Analysis Report, By Service Type (Sperm Storage, Semen Analysis, Genetic Consultation); By Donor Type (Known Donor, Anonymous Donor); By End-Use (Donor Insemination, In-vitro Fertilization), By Regions; Segment Forecast, 2021 – 2028” gives a detailed insight into current market dynamics and provides analysis on future market growth.

    The global sperm bank industry is driven by few notable factors such as rising cases of infertility among both men and women, innovations in assistive reproductive techniques, and an increasing number of infertility care centers across the globe. Moreover, the growing awareness among consumers in the middle-income countries also boosting the industry growth.

    The global sperm bank industry is fragmented based on service type, donor, end-use, and region. In terms of service type, the market is segmented sperm storage, semen analysis, and genetic consultation. Based on the donor type, the market is classified as known and anonymous donors. The end-use segment is further divided into donor insemination and in-vitro fertilization.

    Request a sample this report by clicking the following link: https://www.polarismarketresearch.com/industry-analysis/sperm-bank-market/request-for-sample

    Segment Highlights

    The semen analysis segment accounted for the largest revenue share in 2020 owing to its use in examination of sperm count and associated complications. The market segment accounted for over 45% of the global market in 2020.

    Known donor market segment accounted for over 50% of the revenue share in 2020 and is expected to dominate across the forecast period owing to the several right to know your biological parent mandates in developed economies.

    Based on end-use, the in-vitro fertilization market segment is projected to constitute over 95% of the market share by 2028. This can be attributed to the rising cases of miscarriages and high success rate of in-vitro fertilization.

    North America sperm bank industry is expected to dominate the global market. Rising awareness among individuals about the ill-effects of infertility and the presence of robust infrastructure for sperm banking services are the factors responsible for market growth.

    Fairfax Cryobank Inc., Xytex Corporation, Andocryos, Cryo-Save AG, New England Cryogenic Center, Seattle Sperm Bank, and Indian Spermtech are few of the major players operating in the market space.

    #Sperm Bank Market
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  • pro-listem
    13.05.2021 - 1 day ago
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  • ech0light
    13.05.2021 - 1 day ago

    just wanna inform yall that yesterday is when i finally learnt that testicles arent just balloons of sperm

    #deadass #apparently the sperm comes from a bunch of glands??? #which makes sense #but like #theyre not just balls of stuff #its weird
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  • i-am-the-awesome-sperm
    13.05.2021 - 1 day ago

    I just got some new bikinis for the first time ever and powerful is an understatement.

    #i-am-the-awesome-sperm #y’all ain’t ready for these pics they’re gonna suck your soul out through your belly button idk
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  • pinapultra
    12.05.2021 - 1 day ago
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  • bitchfitmcgee
    12.05.2021 - 1 day ago

    sorry not sorry for the fern spam

    #im gonna die i accidentally typed this as sperm fan the first time
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  • eyepietime
    12.05.2021 - 2 days ago
    #ask#ahysopae #you: make lovely gifsets and talk about poetry #me: heh sperm
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  • psychologyofsex
    12.05.2021 - 2 days ago

    What Will Sex and Relationships Look Like After COVID-19?

    One of the questions I’m asked most often by journalists these days is what sex and relationships will look like after the pandemic. As a result, I’ve spent quite a bit of time thinking about this. The truth, of course, is that there’s just so much we don’t yet know, so it’s hard to make concrete predictions. However, I’ve identified a few key areas we should keep our eyes on, which is what I’m going to explore in this post.

    The Future of Relationships and Marriage

    The number of American adults living single has been on the rise for decades. In fact, since the 1970s, it has increased by more than two-thirds, with about 27% living single today.

    Something I wonder about is whether we’re going to see a reversal in this trend in the aftermath of COVID-19. While the rise of adults living single was long celebrated by many as a sign of independence, what we saw during the pandemic is that people living alone struggled more than those living with a partner. So will we see fewer people living single in the future? Has living with a partner become more important?

    Likewise, the U.S. marriage rate was at a record low prior to the pandemic, with the average age of first marriage steadily increasing. In fact, it is nearing age 30. However, recent data points to a rise in people seeking committed over casual relationships, so an important question to ask is whether we’re going to see a rise in the marriage rate—and also whether people will decide to get hitched at younger ages again.

    The Future of Sex 

    Condom use has been on the decline, with rates of usage among teens and men who have sex with men dropping the most over the last decade. However, people are now reporting more interest in using condoms as we emerge from the pandemic. So will COVID-19 be the thing that potentially blunts or reverses the trend toward lower condom use?

    Also, while much has been said and written about college hook-up culture over the last two decades, rates of sexlessness among college-age adults (especially men) have been on the rise. In fact, before the pandemic, one in three 18-24-year-old men reported no sex in the past year.

    We know that, during the pandemic, rates of sexlessness increased overall and that there’s more hesitancy around sex (especially casual sex) right now. So what does this mean for the sexuality of younger adults? Will rates of sexlessness rise even more? If so, what are the psychological implications of this? And if we have a generation of folks for whom sexual development is stunted, what will this mean going forward for their emotional development and the way that they approach romantic relationships?

    The Future of Fertility

    It is estimated that there will be 300,000-500,000 fewer births in 2021 in the U.S. alone. This is on top of a substantial drop in births over the past decade. It’s possible that some of these births are just being delayed or postponed, but it’s also possible that many of them will never happen at all.  

    This raises some important social, economic, and political questions. For example, what will it mean to have smaller cohorts of children? Will those children thrive in the presence of more individualized attention, or will they experience more loneliness? Also, while being part of a smaller generational cohort may make it easier to get jobs later on due to a smaller workforce, this will also result in less tax revenue and collection for social security. 

    This raises the question of whether government intervention is on the horizon to promote more births in the United States. In other countries with declining birth rates and growing elderly populations (e.g., Japan, South Korea), we’ve seen governments getting involved in an effort to increase the birth rate, albeit with quite limited success.

    Beyond this, there are also questions to be raised about how COVID-19 itself affects reproductive health. For example, some studies point to impaired sperm counts in men infected with COVID-19, perhaps due to an elevated immune response in the testes. Other studies suggest that COVID-19 may have negative effects on reproductive processes in women. We don’t know whether these effects are temporary or permanent because we don’t have long-term data yet. However, this had led some scientists to wonder whether the pandemic will create another kind of fertility crisis—one that heightens the need for assisted reproduction.

    The Future of STIs

    Although rates of sexual activity dropped during the pandemic, sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing and surveillance dropped at the same time. Thus, the full picture of what happened with STIs during the past year is unclear.

    Several STDs were at a record high before COVID-19—but since the pandemic began, people with asymptomatic infections haven’t been getting tested. For example, some research has shown that while cases of gonorrhea dropped overall during the pandemic, this was primarily due to a decrease in asymptomatic cases showing up for testing. There was no change in number of symptomatic people who came in. In other words, people who were infected but didn’t have symptoms didn’t show up for routine testing, which raises the possibility of a hidden STI epidemic. 

    This is particularly concerning when you consider other research showing a decline in condom use during the pandemic, particularly among single adults. 

    This raises some important questions for sexual health experts, including how we get people back in the habit of regular STI testing. It also raises additional questions about the future of condom use because, while some data suggest that people say they are more likely to use condoms going forward (as I mentioned above), this obviously seems at odds with the finding that condom use dropped last year—so what accounts for this discrepancy? What’s really going to happen with condom use?

    Conclusions 

    The COVID-19 pandemic has the potential to substantially alter the future of sex, relationships, fertility, and sexual health. We don’t know how all of this is going to play out—and we won’t know for quite some time. However, it’s important for us to keep an eye on these key areas so that we can be prepared for what’s ahead. 

    Want to learn more about Sex and Psychology? Click here for more from the blog or here to listen to the podcast. Follow Sex and Psychology on Facebook, Twitter (@JustinLehmiller), or Reddit to receive updates. You can also follow Dr. Lehmiller on YouTube and Instagram.

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  • sairay63
    12.05.2021 - 2 days ago

    Conception, A Miracle, A Science! Touching hearts of millions since its inception, GarbhaGudi!

    Are you a couple who is facing male infertility? Is this coming in your way of being parents? Well then, nothing should stop you from experiencing the joy of parenthood. At GarbhaGudi IVF Centre, there is a solution to everything concerning fertility issues, either male or female. Treatments for Male fertility (ART) Assisted Reproductive Techniques: • Semen analysis and male fertility specialist consultation can provide precise knowledge on sperm count, sperm motility, semen infection, DNA damaged sperms etc. to know the exact cause of male infertility. After the infertility diagnosis, the fertility doctor directs the treatment accordingly. At GarbhaGudi, Advanced ART treatments like IUI, IVF, ICSI with advanced sperm selection such as MACS (Magnetic Activated Cell Sorting) are today able to help men with low sperm count and motility to have their children. • Men with no sperms (Azoospermia) can become fathers too. Sperm are surgically retrieved from the epididymis (PESA) or testis (TESA) and are used in ICSI procedure to father their child. • In some cases, medication is enough to increase male hormones and ensure better semen quality/ improve sperm count/motility. Consult our male fertility specialist for the right diagnosis and treatment to help you enjoy parenthood.

    #infertility #GarbhaGudi IVF Centre #ART#sperm#ICSI
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  • theroguetranslatorsposts
    12.05.2021 - 2 days ago

    Both Dean and Adam died due to hunts John never finished.

    #destiel#supernatural#spn#dean winchester#castiel#adam milligan #anti john winchester #Deans one doesn't even make sense because in canon John wasn't sure vampires still existed until the end of s1 & then he was dead so #where the f did the vamp mimes come from d*bb???????? #i say this as if he d*bb gave a shit about canon in 15x20 when he wrote everybody so ooc #but like this is still so fucked #they deserved so much more #like Adam got a glorified babysitter who was trying to use him to replace the golden child he treated like shit & forced to runaway #& Dean got abused physically & mentally & was neglected & had to from age 4 be a parent to both his baby bro AND his father #& the both died because of their mum's sperm donors actions or more accurately inaction #he wasn't a father let's be real what he did was not parenting #tw dean's death
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  • glutenfreewheat
    11.05.2021 - 2 days ago

    'frankenstein was a horrible person because he tried to create life' what do you think people are doing whenever they have sex dude

    #frankenstein was an asshole but not for that sbshehsjd #'oh well it's different because he was using science instead of natural means' what do you think sperm donors are dude #.txt
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  • strawberriesan-creampie
    11.05.2021 - 2 days ago
    #asks#answered asks#anon ask#sperm donor #i promise it was okay that you asked this #especially in the manner in which you went about it #i'm promise i'm good rn #it actually helps to speak on it sometimes
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