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I knew that sperm had to be at a temperature a bit cooler than body temperature, which is why the testicles hang out of the body, but if they do become overheated is it just that the sperm dies and that's it? So if I did plan on impregnating someone, could I just have a day off work first and all would be fine?
The spermatozoa take over 70 days to develop and are produced solely in the testicles. Individual sperm develop within the testicles from a cell called a spermatogonium. The spermatogonium divides to produce spermatocytes, which then develop into spermatids. The spermatid develops its familiar tail and the cell gradually acquires the ability to move by beating its tail.The spermatid eventually develops into a mature spermatozoan. This process takes about 60 days and the sperm then takes a further 10 to 14 days to pass through the ducts of each testicle and its sperm-maturing tube, the epididymis, before it can leave the body in the semen, during ejaculation.
What i'd love is some kind of air-conditioned suit, or maybe just one that you plug a compressed air hose into and it blows it around inside our overalls. But such a thing might be impractical because we do need to have mobility. Any other ideas? It would need to have protection against molten zinc splatters too.