The ejaculate was examined according to WHO protocol. The patients in the study group vibro-ejaculated weekly for 3 months with semen analysis performed at baseline and then monthly. The control group vibro-ejaculated at baseline and at the end of the 3-month period. Two experienced observers performed the semen analysis independently. All measures were compared for statistical significance across the two groups at the beginning and at the end of the 3-month period using a two-tailed student t-test. Six patients have dropped out of the study group and three from the control group for varied reasons.
This is incorrect again. The critic focuses on the verses , especially verse 7 as this is where their contention is directed. However, the chief point of interest is the word sulb. They avoid these translations as they scupper their critical claims straight away as loins. Here, the word loins refers to:. So the critic refrains from using this translation for the word sulb as it is clearly scientifically accurate, ie the semen is produced in the are between the loins and ribs.
Human semen comprises the product of 4 glands: the testes produce sperm cells, while the fluid in which they are carried comes from seminal vesicles behind the bladder , the prostate gland below the bladder , and from the bulbourethral glands below the bladder. This has led to several distinct classes of explanations provided by them. There are already articles available that refute these assertions. Islamic websites sometimes will show you the word loins in certain English translations and want you to understand it in the modern euphemistic sense as the reproductive areas of a man.
I am not denying any of the explanations of Muslim Scholars,but my vote is for between the back and the ribs of a man. I have mentioned many times an example of a flower and florist. Just consider the case of a rose. It is grown in a garden and nourished there.