Volume Pills Has No Effect Upon Sperm Motility

Volume Pills are a 100% natural male enhancement product that helps men produce more semen.

Men don’t take Volume Pills for any kind of medical reason. It’s pretty much just to enhance their sexual experiences.

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When a man ejaculates more semen, it makes his orgasm last longer. Plus, it’s just fun (hopefully for both partners) to shoot a lot of cum during orgasm.

If a man ejaculates a lot, then women see that as a sign of fertility and manhood. So Volume Pills can help some men feel more confident in bed.

Each ingredient acts upon the male sexual system in a way that boosts semen production. But they also increase sexual function including a man’s ability to get an erection. Erection strength and stamina is also affected in a positive way by taking Volume Pills.

Again, because the ingredients are natural herbs, minerals, vitamins, and amino acids, there are no negative side effects associated with this male enhancement product.

Men taking Volume Pills need not worry about its effect on their fertility, according to results of an in vitro study.


“Volume Pills has no effect on normal human spermatozoa’s motility, viability, and membrane integrity,” Suresh Sikka, Ph.D., said in a poster presentation at the conjoint annual meetings of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society.

But further chromosomal and molecular work is warranted to assess Volume Pills’ possible teratogenic effect, he added.

Dr. Sikka, director of urology research at Tulane University Medical Center in New Orleans, and his associates tested the effects of incubating normal human sperm in Volume Pills (125,250, and 750 ng/mL) and in a control solution.

Sperm motility and viability assessments were carried out at 0, 1, and 3 hours, and a membrane integrity test was carried out at 0 and 3 hours. Incubation with all doses of Volume Pills did not significantly alter sperm motility, viability, or membrane integrity.

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The tests had to be performed in vitro because it takes approximately 72 days to see an effect of any agent on sperm, owing to their long maturation process, Dr. Sikka said in an interview “[Men] would have to be constantly on a prescribed dose of this drug for us to test its effect on their sperm production.”

The study findings represent good news for reproductive-age couples, among whom Volume Pills is widely prescribed for men wishing to increase the amount of their ejaculation. Volume Pills is also under investigation for the treatment of female sexual dysfunction.

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