Answer: With all of the information that i was able to collect, the most general age would be around twenty-five years and under. Insurance is high because of factors like driver inexperience and low safety feature usage among younger drivers.
Answer: Yes the pre ejaculation contains sperm. That is why the pull out method does not always work, and you still can get pregnant. So use condoms or another birth control method. There are many to choose from but you can still catch an std so condoms or abstain is your best method.
Answer: I believe the questioner is confusing the term "rights" with "treatment of." Both juveniles and adults possess the same "rights" but the way in which the juvenile offenders acts are written afford much more lenient treatment to juveniles, as opposed to adults charged with identical offenses. This is in an effort to take a wayward juvenile offender who may have made a mis-step due to youth and inexperience, and genltly guide them onto a more law-abiding path.
Answer: That depends entirely upon the reason why he is infertile.If it is because he makes no sperm, there is no way to change that. Low sperm count can be fixed only by laboratory work to concentrate the sperm or for in-vitro fertilisation.Other problems can be fixed medically.
How young can sperm be fertile?
It can fertilize from when you are a young age. Sometimes from the age of 11 and up
Answer: This depends on the reason for the infertility. Usually problems with sperm are genetic, so cannot be seen by looking at sperm. However some sperm will have motility problems that reduce fertility, and this can clearly be seen down a microscope - some sperm will be seen swimming round in circles.
Answer: Egg cells, or ova, are complete cells and have mitochondria. Spern cells are mobile packets of DNA, running on glucose and have no internal structure or organelles. A tightly-packed helical mitochondrial sheath surrounds part of the sperm tail. This is strange, however, because the sperm cell does not appear to produce energy by oxidative phosphorylation. Oxidative phosphorylation occurs in mitochondria. The sperm appears to produce all of its energy needs by glycolysis, which does not need mitochondria.
Sperm do not contribute very many mitochondria to the egg upon fertilization. So most people get their mitochondria from their mothers.
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