The Great Sperm Race

By |2018-01-18T22:35:54+00:00May 16th, 2013|Categories: Bio 101, Blog, Trying to Concieve, Videos|Tags: , , , , |4 Comments

What would it be like to be a sperm?

The Great Sperm Race.”, a UK produced TV documentary, seeks to answer this very question. It presents human conception from the vantage point of the sperm.  Starting in the testicle and follows sperm along the arduous journey through the male and female reproductive tracts to it’s own holy grail – the egg.

The film is loaded with experts in human reproduction including –

The film is incredibly engaging. I watched it with my younger brother and sister-in-law who are not as interested in learning about fertility as I am, but it grabbed their attention and made them scratch their heads a bit.  I recommend it to any couple trying to conceive as an entertaining and educational adventure into the human reproductive system chalked full of great tips on maximizing the chances of conception.

Above is posted part 1 of 5. You can find the subsequent sections on youtube

(This is part 1 of 5. Find the rest on YouTube)


Sara SDx

Sara SDx

Editor of Don't Cook your Balls, Co-Founder of TrakFertility.com, Health Coach and Men's Health Advocate. Passionate about sperm, men's health and helping people build their families.

4 Comments

  1. […] Sperm cells are one of nature’s great fascinations. In order to make a baby, they must make an incredible journey traversing toxic obstacles, a labyrinth full of dead ends and sneak past white blood cells that […]

  2. […] a distance of almost 3 1/2 miles. The fastest sperm cells can cover this distance in 30-60 minutes, overcoming daunting obstacles along the way. To accomplish this feat, the sperm cell is engineered to be one of natures’ great […]

  3. ashok November 30, 2015 at 10:30 am

    My forms is very lou.i want to baby.then what i do.pls give me comment.

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