Sunday, 9 July 2017

See How Men Sp*rm Can Tell If You Have Been Cheating

A kind of sp*rm recently discovered can actually reveal if a woman is cheating on partner. This Was reveled to us by experts.

 See How Men Sp*rm Can Tell If You Have Been Cheating

According to clinical sexologist, Dr. Lindsey Doe, up to 40 per cent of male ej*culate is made up of so-called ‘kamikaze’ or ‘fighter sp*rm’ designed to prevent another man’s sp*rm from fertilizing the egg.

When a man suspects that his partner is being unfaithful, the number of these aggressive sp*rm increases to tackle the perceived threat.

Explaining the phenomenon, Doe says, “Researchers have looked into the microscope and seen that maybe we have what are called kamikaze sp*rm; killer spr*m; fighter sp*rm.

If you think your partner is cheating on you, your sp*rm is capable of letting you know for sure!

“This is because 40 per cent of sp*rm that is in an ej*culate are actually designed to fight off another man’s sp*rm.”Experts have revealed that a kind of sp*rm recently discovered can actually reveal if a woman is cheating on the partner.

According to clinical sexologist, Dr. Lindsey Doe, up to 40 per cent of male ej*culate is made up of so-called ‘kamikaze’ or ‘fighter sperm’ designed to prevent another man’s sperm from fertilising the egg.

When a man suspects that his partner is being unfaithful, the number of these aggressive sp*rm increases to tackle the perceived threat.

Explaining the phenomenon, Doe says, “Researchers have looked into the microscope and seen that maybe we have what are called kamikaze sp*rm; killer sperm; fighter sp*rm.

“This is because 40 per cent of sp*rm that is in an ejaculate are actually designed to fight off another man’s sp*rm.”

The fighter sp*rm use their tails as coils to set up traps by weaving them together to create walls and barricades.

Doe added that some fighter sperm would go and attack any sp*rm it sees as a threat in order to kill them.

These fighter sp*rm are referred to as ‘kamikaze sp*rm.’

When males suspect their partners are not being monogamous, Doe said, their body will produce more ‘fighter sp*rm’ as the threat is perceived to be greater.

This does the job of increasing the level of protection against sp*rm from other males; but it can significantly reduce the number of sp*rm whose job it is to fertilize the egg and therefore reduce the chances of the female getting pregnant at all.

In conclusion, Dr. Doe did explain that this theory, known as sp*rm competition, is under debate and some deny happens at all.

Source: Healthylovetips

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