Semen Intake – Good or Bad?

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Semen Intake – Good or Bad?

Semen also known as cum or sperm is a mysterious topic from years. But you’ve heard of tons of myths about semen such as a hot tub where someone has ejaculated can get you pregnant and much more. Wondering, what semen is actually of? Semen is a bodily fluid that contains spermatozoa, fructose and other enzymes that help sperms to facilitate successful fertilization. The volume of sperm release per ejaculate varies i.e. an average of around 3.4 millimeters is ejaculated at one time. The amount ejaculated can be as high as 4.99 milliliters or as low as 2.3 milliliters.

Previously, it is considered that semen is good for health. But some people totally avoided the fact that it might be good for health but also has lots of health risks. Here we are going to discuss about the good and bad of semen intake. Have a look:



Research has shown that women who are infertile due to the presence of antibodies can conceive if they intake semen. Having oral sex and swallowing the semen of the partner may make them pregnant safer and more successful. And according to reproductive expert and psychologist Gordon Gallup, “Semen is a good cure for morning sickness.”





Moreover, there is a protein in semen that acts on the female brain to induce ovulation and controls the growth, maintenance and survival of neurons. It is also concluded that semen work as signaling hormone.

Although, semen helps in ovulation and pregnancy, it also has many disadvantages. Yes, semen can contain several viruses such as Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI), Hepatitis B, C, herpes and Chlamydia. The risk of STI is higher if there is an open sore in the mouth or if a person has gingivitis. Not only theses, semen also has lots of health risk. Few are discussed below:





Human Papilloma Virus

Papilloma Virus, a serious concern in oral sex can cause cervical cancer and other diseases such as genital warts. Some research also suggested that Papilloma Virus can cause lung cancer.



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The transmission of Chlamydia through semen is another most discussed concern. A recent study showed that one in 25 of the workers had Chlamydia in their throats.






In older days, it is believed that semen has special properties of masculinity which was later broken by Aristotle.




So, to be on the safe side, if you have any doubt about your partner’s STD status, use a condom during oral sex until you both have been tested and treated for STDs.

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    Doctor A.P.S. Esawaradhas

    Dr. A.P.S. Esawaradhas, is an Expert in Traditional Medicines. He is the founder of Nanjil Vaithiyasalai. He has holds B.Sc., B.Lib.Sc., D.S.M., and E.H.S.M.P. grades. He was fascinated by medicine as he witnessed his grand-parents apply herbal remedies to heal & support the local people. Those early experiences drove him to pursue this career specializing in treating diseases with the help of inscriptions in the palm leaves. Over the last decades, he has conducted various studies on different diseases and developed new systems for treating the diseases. Today, he has involved his descendants also to the healing service of mankind in the natural more

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