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Luizaza2022/03/29 09:43
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How Long Does The Sperm Production Process Take?

According to "Medical News Today", it takes 50–60 days for male reproductive cells to develop in the bollock.

After this, the male reproductive cell proceeds to the epididymis, which is the ducts behind the bollock that store and deliver the male reproductive cell.

It takes approximately 14 more days for the male reproductive cell to completely develop in the epididymis.

Spermatogenesis refers to a process where the body produces male reproductive cells. The process starts when the hypothalamus in the brain discharges gonadotropin-releasing hormone. This hormone enables the anterior pituitary gland to secrete luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). These two hormones are transported to the bollock with the aid of the blood.

LH motivates the Leydig cells to produce testosterone. FSH acts on seminiferous tubules, a part of the male bollock where the body produces the male reproductive cell.

If a problem occurs with one of these hormones it may affect a person’s capacity to produce male reproductive cells and may delay the process.

On average, male reproductive cell creation takes 74 days from beginning to end, but the process may be shorter or longer in some individuals.

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