Acetyl L Carnitine is your friend. It gives sperm extra motility and longer reach and life inside the cervix.
High gamma vitamin E at around 1000 iu per day will also up sperm production.
Then there is pollen quernitin which is supposed to be good, but I've never tried it.
Good luck. Using the supps you listed and these additional ones, I got my wife pregnant while I was still technically in PCT and indulging in a certain "herbal" supplement. Testes are more resilient than people give them credit for. Unless you are born with a tendency for low or zero sperm count, you have to work pretty hard to shut them off for good.
all i know is ejaculoid gives you huge loads!
Semen volume may or may not correlate to more sperm...but it adds to the baby making fun nonetheless.
, , and Horny Goat Weed do the trick for me. Kerpow!!
At one time someone on here had a thread going on increasing, errr ...volume.
If memory serves me well, it was called something like "Back Up Several Steps Because I’m Just About to Shower the Entire Neighborhood with Spluge/I’ve Become Frighteningly Similar to a Human Seminal Rainbird - Stack".
Now - that may not have been the exact name, but I think if your search under that name, you’d probably find it.
I think it was the "loadblowers" log or something like that :P
That may be it - but you have to admit the two (your title and mine) sound alike.Originally Posted by 1HP
It may have had some sort of tag line, like Loadblowers Stack: “When You Care Enough to Want to Inundate the One You Love with Copious Amounts of Man Batter”, or “One Way for a Loving Husband to Motive His Wife to Go Ahead and Buy That New, Smart Looking, Raincoat and Umbrella Ensemble".
I love shooting huge loads
fenugreek = huge load
on the same boat myself, been dosing maca and powerfull (maca DEFINITELY increases volume). For zinc, would ZMA do the trick, and when/how much on the ALCAR?
Appreciate the thread, Grant.
HCG increases sperm count, and is prescribed to men trying to conceive. i see no reason to use anything else.
PowerFull from USPLabs is probably the closest legal approximation.