What is Hyperspermia?
Reading through the hyperspermia subreddit, I began researching hyperspermia. It turns out hyperspermia is a condition that causes a male to produce an extremely large amount of semen, the male ejaculatory fluid that contains sperm. The subreddit may not exactly be showing examples of hyperspermia, but definitely has some pictures and videos of abnormally large loads of cum.
How much cum is needed for it to be hyperspermia?
Hyperspermia occurs when a male produces a much larger volume of semen than normal. Studies have generally defined this semen volume as more than 5.5ml per ejaculation, though some put the limit higher at 6 ml per ejaculation. There are multiple studies on the topic, and this 5.5-6ml range seems to be the most common.
How to induce hyperspermia?
If your goal is to shoot the biggest cum load possible, there are a few natural supplements you can take. Redditors often refer to this as The Holy Grail of Sex or The Holy Grail of Cum. There are a few recipes floating around online and on reddit, but the most common ingredients that seem to be included in all of them are:
- Soy Lecithin
The combination of these nutrients, when taken at appropriate doses, and with healthy levels of hydration, seems to induce hyperspermia in many males. These nutrients often take time to build up in one’s system, so it’s best to take the supplements for a few weeks to see optimal results.
Is hyperspermia dangerous?
In the vast majority of cases, people with hyperspermia require no treatment for the condition. In fact, hyperspermia can have positive effects on male fertility, as the increased volume of semen also means increased number of sperm per ejaculation.
If you have pain or other discomfort with ejaculations it could be due to other issues with the testicles or prostate, and it’s best to see a doctor for more information.
What causes hyperspermia?
In rare cases hyperspermia can be caused by enlarged seminal vesicles. In this case, it’s best to see a doctor to determine the best medical treatment moving forward. Though in most cases, no medical intervention is required.