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Swallowing Semen: Benefits and Risks

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Swallowing Semen: Benefits and Risks

Because of the mood-altering compounds included in this bodily fluid, researchers have discovered that exposure to semen is beneficial to women’s health. However, there are potential dangers.

Touchaheart Nigeria reports that Semen is the thick fluid that comes out of a male’s penis when he ejaculates during s3xual activity or intercourse. Ejaculate is another term for sperm.

Many people mistakenly believe that sperm and semen are the same thing, yet they are not. Semen and sperm are similar to squares and rectangles in that sperm is a part of semen while semen is not. Earlier studies revealed that these compounds contain vitamins and anti-depressants in addition to elevating mood, increasing attachment, and inducing sleep.

Swallowing Semen

Seminal plasma’s supposed health benefits are thought to be activated when a male deposits semen into a woman’s vaginal canal, but study reveals that the same benefits may be present if it is ingested.

Some people, however, are allergic to sperm, a disease known as human seminal plasma hypersensitivity (HSP). Individuals with this allergy are allergic to the proteins found in sperm.

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Elevates your mood

Doctors say that when women have an orgasm, then the ‘love hormone oxytocin is released and this helps to elevate their mood. Orgasm for men could work as an anti-depressant because the moment a man ejaculates he gets tremendous pleasure that gets rid of all worries and issues he might have.

Helps you sleep better

You’re usually worn out after s3x, but that may not be why you sleep so well that night. Semen actually contains melatonin, which is a chemical that induces sleep and relaxation. Whether you ingest it or receive it through intercourse, it will enter your bloodstream and help you doze off better than most over-the-counter sleep aids.

Oral s3x can lower your blood pressure

According to a study, swallowing semen on a regular basis can lower your blood pressure. Women who swallow their male mate’s sperm during oral s3x often have a much lower risk of getting preeclampsia — a complication during pregnancy that results in super-high blood pressure. So semen is helpful in making and birthing a baby.

Semen may be good for your skin

A 2009 study showed that semen may slow down the ageing process of your skin and muscles. Semen contains a healthy portion of zinc, which is an antioxidant.

Potential risks of swallowing semen

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You may be at risk of contracting STIs

If you’re swallowing semen, you’re likely not using a condom. And, like most other s3x acts performed without a condom, contracting a s3xually transmitted infection (STI) is always a probability.

Experts say having semen in your mouth puts you at risk of bacterial infections such as gonorrhoea and chlamydia.

 

You could have an allergic reaction

If you’ve ever felt sick after swallowing semen, it could be because you have a semen allergy.

Known as seminal plasma hypersensitivity, semen allergies affect women and may cause symptoms such as pain, itching, redness, swelling, hives, and difficulty breathing. Some women have also reported feeling nauseous after swallowing semen.

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