By Danyilu Ene-ekeji
I got the message below and ran it through a medical expert of a specialised genre, and his views shocked me:
MEN AND SEX
Medically, men lose 12% of their blood sugar during every round of sex, they also lose 10% of their protein level and also lose 10% of their calorie level.
Worse still is, they also lose 15% of their natural energy.
What do women lose?
Only 5% of their water level…….
So If she eggs you on, my brother just know that you are sacrificing something.
Moreover, in some cases, for every round of it, many men also lose money, either postpaid or prepaid.
I also recall a Pharmacist friend of mine telling me some years ago that with every round of good sex, a man loses food values of nutrients built up from a daily balanced diet of 21 days.
WHAT A SACRIFICE?
And yet, our wives act like they are doing us a favour… It is time we start demanding maintenance fees from our wives. This is why they look more robust and finer than us.
MEN’S LIFE MATTERS!
The medical consultant’s response when I sought his opinion on the preposterous post: “They are likely factual.
More shocks – at the end of every ejaculation, you are as tired as a man who has just run 9 miles. A lot of energy is lost and the author only tried to put it in perspectives that people will understand better.
Thank God I didn’t react as I wanted to on the WhatsApp platform, I would have made a fool of myself.
“So, why do we have an attraction to the activity so much?” I asked the expert
Now, he waxes philosophical: “God made it so to perpetuate the human race.”
“Not also for enjoyment and pleasure?” I ventured.
“If humans do not have anything from it, except that it is the will of God, there will hardly be any more people on earth. So He makes men and women enjoy it.”
“So, if women are the major beneficiaries, and some men even take many wives, then it is better for me to abstain from the life-consuming activity. No wonder husbands are likely to die earlier than wives,” I bluntly told him, what with other burdens society places on them.
He knew my faith and dug in: “Which decision would be to defraud someone.”
I was angry at his truthful comment bases on a comment by Paul of Tarsus in the Bible; but i still protested by keeping away from her’royal-majesty.
Four weeks after my shakara protest, I was again begging for it. Na something go kill man, sha