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My girlfriend won't swallow or drink my semen because she was told that it causes breast cancer, I'm O.K. with it but I was wondering if it is true that if she swallows my semen I could cause her to have brest cancer or if it's good for her

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Seriously? How old are you both?
If you know any basic Biology you would know there is no way that this could be true, don't listen to silly rumours when it comes to things like sex, they are almost always lies.

You should really think about if you are old enough to be doing this and if so, maybe do some research!
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SWALLOWING SPERMS IS EXTREMELY HEALTHY FOR WOMEN....BOTH PURE ..IN THE PHYSICAL SENSE BUT ALSO THAT IT HELPS THE SPIRUTUAL DEAL OF MARRIAGE. ...IF YOUR WIFE SPIT OUT YOUR SEMEN....SHE TRULY DON T LOVE YOU...KICK HER OUT.
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check this site:

tatom.org/documents/CNN.com-StudyNewstudyshows.htm
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Don't listen to any kind of this rubbish, it's not helpful at all.
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seaman isnt unhealthy because it has salt and protein in it
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From a NC State site:

http://www.ncsu.edu/news/dailyclips/1103/112503.htm

Fantasy as the facts of life

Nov. 25, 2003
Sydney Morning Herald
By staff report
© Copyright 2003

'Fellatio reduces risk of breast cancer." It was hardly surprising that last month's CNN health bulletin made news around the world. The story was published in newspapers from Chile to Croatia, reporting that women who swallow semen on a regular basis may reduce their risk of breast cancer by up to 40 per cent. This was according to a North Carolina State University study.

One of the researchers, Dr Helena Shifteer, was quoted saying that, since the results have been known: "I try to fellate at least once every other night to reduce my chances." You're right. It was a spoof. And a mighty successful one.

The web site which posted the original article received more than 667,000 hits on a single day soon after the story broke. But within a week Brandon Williamson, the honours student who wrote the story, responded to legal threats by apologising for the false report to his university and to CNN and to "all men who did not take advantage of this article in time ..."

Williamson wasn't the first. While the internet has greatly increased the exposure of such stories, there's a long history of such false reports appearing in the press.

My favourite was a story three years ago, claiming to be from The New England Journal of Medicine, entitled "Ogling breasts makes men live longer".

The main thrust of these stories is that sex is good for you. That oral sex is good for you and swallowing is even better. I have no doubt that the driving force behind this cheerful mischief-making is the eternal supply and demand problem - with men always on the lookout for good excuses to lure women into the cot.

Back in the real world of proper science, there is a growing evidence that supports some of these fantasies. For a start: "Oral sex makes pregnancies safer." It's true, research by Professor Gus Dekker, a maternal-fetal medicine specialist at the University of Adelaide, shows. Dekker compared 41 pregnant women with pre-eclampsia - a condition where the mother's blood pressure soars during pregnancy - to 44 without.

He found 82 per cent of those without the condition practised fellatio compared with 44 per cent of those with it. The explanation? Semen contains a growth factor which helps persuade a mother's immune system to accept sperm. Regular exposure before pregnancy helps her immune system get used to her partner's sperm.

As for the link to cancer, it's just possible that semen could have some effect on cancer of the cervix or ovaries. There's research showing oral delivery of TGFbeta (transforming growth factor beta), one of the key molecules in semen, can increase the number and activity of "natural killer" cells which are important in recognising and killing aberrant cells that give rise to tumours.

An Adelaide University researcher, Dr Sarah Robertson, a leading Australian scientist working in the fertility area, is involved in animal research showing TGFbeta activates an inflammatory response in the cervix and ovaries after intercourse, which may lead to increased activity in these killer cells, guarding against cancer.

Yet Robertson suggests women may not need to swallow semen to gain these benefits - should the scientific research ultimately confirm this possible link. An alternative source of TGFbeta is cow's milk, which for many women is a far easier act to swallow. Plus there are pharmaceutical companies working on freeze-dried semen products, in tablet form.

But an even stronger link between sex and cancer has been found in recent work by a Melbourne research team led by Graham Giles, from the Cancer Council Victoria. Giles's team has found men can reduce their risk of prostate cancer through regular ejaculation.

Comparing the sexual habits of a group of 1000 men who had developed prostate cancer with 1250 who had not, they found men who ejaculated more than five times a week were a third less likely to develop prostate cancer later in life. Regular ejaculation may prevent carcinogens accumulating in the prostate gland, suggest the researchers.

Then there's a study showing women are less depressed if they have sex without condoms and another showing regular sex helps to avoid colds. While the research method used for the depression study is rather shaky, both studies, Robertson says, are based on legitimate scientific reasoning. There's also research suggesting regular sex can improve sense of smell, reduce risk of heart disease, aid in weight loss, pain relief and soothing PMS symptoms and even help people live longer.

The work never stops. Across the world male scientists beaver away trying to prove to women that they need it. Often.
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Certain studies show that using contraceptives (pill, condoms, spermicides coitus interruptus etc..) is linked to increased chances of breast cancer, while using NO methods of contraception i.e., allowing semen to enter the female body, is linked to a reduction in breast cancer-


To the disappointment of many men, that does not mean women have to swallow semen, this included sexual intercourse as well.

Semen is a natural source of many different vitamins, minerals, human specific components (TGFbeta), Selenium, Glycoproteins, Testosterone, Blood-Group Antigens, Spermidine (enzyme), Fructose, Zinc, B Vitamins (B12) and C.

"About 16 percent of the women using barrier methods (condom, and other) and 3.4 percent of women using non-barrier contraceptive methods (diaphragm, pill, IUDs, rhythm, tubal ligation, and other) would develop breast cancer" -Medical Hypotheses, Volume 4, Issue 2, March-April 1978, Pages 79-88
Arne N. Gjorgov


Other unconfirmed studies show that if a women does 'swallow' semen once or twice a week it can help reduce the risk of breast cancer by about 40%.



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a white colour liquid is coming from my breast....my age is 20.this liquid starts coming when i take pregnancy controlled pill.....it is coming from 6 months.....does i have a breast cancer???
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swallowing sperm is not healthy it is very disgusting and mad people swallow it :'(
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Swallowing sperm is not unhealthy, it's not disgusting and people who swallow are not mad ;) If the man you give a blowjob is clean and don't smoke or drink too much coffee it tastes goooood :)
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Just because a woman doesnt swallow your nasty ass semen doesnt mean she doesnt love you. She didnt marry you because she said "YES!! i get to eat cum" She marrys to have children(most of the time) or that she loves who you are, how you treat her and lots of other reasons. Swallowing Semen NOT ONE OF THE REASONS
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probably not, but why are you poisoning your body with that pill? just so a man can use you? he doesn't love you... if he did, then your fertility would not scare him, and he would not be asking you to poison your body with chemicals that screw with your fertility... you are just asking for all kinds of physical and emotional problems down the road. One day you will find the right man and want to have children... and then it may be too late. Stop poisoning yourself!!
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Poisoning your body with the pill? That isn't the only thing women should be concerned about. Semen causes cervical and uterine cancer. Semen also causes ovarian cysts. Having sex is a c**p shoot. That's why it's always better to use condoms or to have the male pull out before ejaculation. They say that semen's loaded with all kinds of healthy vitamins..I say BS...It's not spring water and I wouldn't even trust that in my vagina.
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HOW ABOUT ALL YOU PRUDE WOMEN SHUT UP AND SWALLOW IT! WE MAKE THE MONEY (MEN) YOU TAKE THE GRAVY!!!
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