Findings from an expert has shown that a man’s sperm is capable of telling him whether or not his partner is cheating on him.
The research further reveals that 40% of male ejaculation is made up of ‘kamikaze’ or ‘fighter sperm’ which solely stops another sperm from fertilizing the egg.
The expert, clinical sexologist, Dr. Lindsey Doe also said that the number of the fighter sperm’ increases in order to attack back at any form of threat the moment a man suspects his wife is cheating on him.
According to Punch, Doe revealed that, “Researchers have looked into the microscope and seen that maybe we have what are called kamikaze sperm; killer sperm; fighter sperm.
“This is because 40 per cent of sperm that is in an ejaculate are actually designed to fight off another man’s sperm.”
Dr. Doe who describes the entire process of stopping other sperm from reaching the egg as ‘blocking’, also said that “the fighter sperm use their tails as coils to set up traps by weaving them together to create walls and barricades.”
While this theory and research by Doe is still under debate by alot of other experts, he called it “sperm competition.”
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