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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Hi wonderful community members!

    We're happy to announce the launch of a new tool here at WebMD that we think our members will enjoy -- WebMD Answers .

    While community is a place to get to know your fellow members and experts on a deep and supportive level, sometimes folks just want to ask a question and receive an answer. That's what WebMD Answers is all about.

    Do you have friends that you've tried to get to join you here in community, but they feel they don't have the time to spend? Maybe Answers is a tool they can use for quick access.

    Anyone can ask a question, and anyone can answer a question. Experts, partner organizations, staff and moderators will also be responding to some questions.

    We invite you all to go in and check it out today. If you have any questions about this new tool, post them here and we'll try to help you out.

    The WebMD Community Staff

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    curiosityclemantine responded:
    How often is a new supply of sperm produced by the man?
     
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to curiosityclemantine's response:
    Hi there clemantine! If you'd like to ask a question via the new Answers tool, please click the blue "WebMD Answers" link in the post and ask your question there.

    For an article with facts about sperm and answers these and other frequently asked questions click here: Sperm & Semen FAQ

    Haylen


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