Saggy balls after sex?????????

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Saggy balls after sex?????????
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Tue, 12-21-2004 - 8:23pm
I was told a while back that you can tell if a man has had sex recently by his balls. Is this true????????? I was told that a man's balls sag either if they haven't had sex in a while or when they have but I can't remember which? Anyone know anything on this???? It is driving me crazy thinking about which way it goes or if it is even true or not.
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Tue, 12-21-2004 - 8:54pm

She is half-way through her freshman year in college. So she is 18 or 19. Old enough to ask a question here, I believe.

I don't reach down to check them after an orgasm, but I think that they rise during an orgasm.

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Tue, 12-21-2004 - 9:02pm

http://messageboards.ivillage.com/iv-rlletstalkab

aka the "lets GAB about sex" board. I don't know about you ladies here, but i REALLY dont care to come here and see a thread about SAGGY BALLS! sheesh... sorta like SAGGY BREASTS, ya know?

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Tue, 12-21-2004 - 9:15pm
Themanfromauntie, you have me laughing hysterically here. I didn't mean to make you uncomfortable. Sorry. LOL
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Tue, 12-21-2004 - 11:23pm
ROTFLMAO!!! I got a kick outta how you put

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Wed, 12-22-2004 - 4:11am

Here's a link to a site that explains human sexual response and what happens to a guy's balls during and after sex.

http://www.webhealthcentre.com/general/sm_inter.asp

I hope you you didn't ask this question thinking you could tell if your bf or a new guy or whatever has been having sex with someone else.....ie. How to tell if a guy's been cheating!

A guy's balls are going to change from tight/drawn up to saggy/loose all the time. The sperm has to be within a certain temperature. Tight warms up the sperm. Saggy cools the sperm off....ie. maintaining the correct temperature which is about a degree or two lower than normal body temperature.

****Under certain conditions, such as exercise, exposure to cold, and sexual arousal in particular, the muscle fibers in the scrotum cause the entire sac to contract and wrinkle up, drawing the testicles closer to the body.

In response to heat or total relaxation, the scrotum becomes very loose and soft, with a smooth surface, and the relaxed muscle fibers cause the testicles to hang farther from the body. These changes in the scrotum illustrate the primary function of the scrotum, which is to act as a natural climate control center for the testicles.

The temperature in the scrotum is a degree or two lower than the usual body temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. The testicles need this lower temperature in order to carry out their job of producing viable sperm.

If the testicles are kept at body temperature or higher for a prolonged period, infertility or sterility can result. The scrotum continually monitors the environment for temperature changes and responds automatically in the way that is best for the production of healthy sperm*****

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Registered: 06-20-2004
Wed, 12-22-2004 - 7:33am
What is with all the balls questions...jeez..take it to a health board or sex board or something.