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Swallowing semen reduces risk of miscarriages in some women - Study
Semen swallowing is safe: Oral sex focus Saini R - Chron Young Sci
A study by the researchers at the Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands claimed that oral sex could lead to maternal tolerance to protect the fetus during pregnancy, but the data don't agree. Women who performed more oral sex with their sexual partners have a lower risk of miscarriages a recent study has found. This may also include swallowing the male semen reports Medical Daily. A study was carried out by researches at the Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands and its findings have been published in the Journal of Reproductive Immunology , The study aimed to demonstrate how oral exposure to sperm could "influence pregnancy outcome in a positive way", examining 97 women with recurring miscarriages "cases" and women without miscarriages "controls". The analyzed data showed that as much as In the other group with women with no cases of miscarriages, as many as
Fantasy as the facts of life
A new study claims to have found women who give oral sex to their partners are more likely not to suffer recurrent miscarriages. While this might sound like a fabricated tale, researchers claim that swallowing semen strengthens a pregnant woman's immune system. According to a report in the Journal of Reproductive Immunology, scientists at Leiden University Medical Centre, Netherlands noted this in turn makes fetuses more likely to grow healthily. The report further indicated although semen may be better absorbed in the gut, vaginal exposure to semen could also play an important role in a couple trying to conceive.
Semen is known to contain hormones and proteins from the male, which could be useful to the mother to strengthen her immune system and improve tolerance. Scientists from Leiden University Medical Centre in the Netherlands tested their theory comparing the pregnancy history and oral sex habits of women. Oral exposure to seminal fluid seems to influence pregnancy outcome in a positive way. The study found that 73 percent of women in the non-miscarriage group regularly gave oral sex and 57 percent of those in the miscarriage group engaged in the sex act frequently. According to the Harvard School of Public Health, men who spent more than an hour and a half each week engaging in physical activity outdoors had a 42 percent higher sperm concentration than those who spent no time outdoors.