Male semen has many effects on women. Male semen contains an important antibacterial substance: seminal cytokinins. Once they enter the cells of the bacterium, they prevent the synthesis of bacterial ribonucleic acid. Semen enters the vagina 1-2 times a week and gradually reaches the uterus and even the fallopian tubes via the cervix, which can have a disinfecting and antiseptic effect.
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What kind of benefits does semen have on a woman’s body?
Everyone desires a deep, sweet sleep, but insomnia, caused by various reasons, often plagues everyone. Women, in particular, are more prone to insomnia. And when experiencing a harmonious sex life, the tense and excited body begins to relax, and the muscles are stretched in the tiredness after satisfaction, sleep comes naturally, which helps eliminate insomnia. And the more satisfying the sex life is, the easier it is to fall asleep afterwards.
During the 5-7 days before a woman’s period, the blood flow to the pelvis increases, potentially causing swelling and cramping, leading to
bloating or abdominal pain. The muscle contraction movement during sex can accelerate the blood flow out of the pelvic area and into the general blood circulation, while reducing the pressure on the pelvis, thus alleviating abdominal discomfort.
It has been proved that semen has an antibacterial substance, semen cytoplasm, which can kill staphylococcus, streptococcus, pneumococcus and other pathogenic bacteria. So it can help to protect female genitalia from microorganisms. Women who have not had sex for a long time are more likely to suffer from vaginitis, endometritis, tubal infection and other diseases.
Few women are 100% fully engaged during sex, either for fear of pregnancy or gynecological diseases. But is it true that semen can cause gynecological diseases in women?
The data from foreign experiments is this: among 100 women who had been married for more than 30 years and had harmonious sex 1-2 times/week, only 10% suffered from gynecological diseases, much less than those who did not have sex.
Researchers at a scientific lecture on cancer prevention and treatment in London had this to say.
“Semen plays a key role in maintaining the complete balance of hormone levels in women and thus prevents or reduces the incidence of breast cancer.
Women who go too long between sexes or who have not had sex for years are also much more likely to suffer from vaginitis, endometritis, and tubal inflammation.”
Numerous studies have shown that seminal cytokinins, contained in male semen, can inhibit bacterial growth and even kill a host of disease-causing bacteria, like penicillin.
Therefore, women who are in a long-term, stable intimate relationship that does not involve contraception, and who are free of infectious diseases, may want to try to let semen enter the vagina 2-4 times/week and reach the fallopian tubes through the cervix, which provides a natural sterilization effect in the body. Moreover, it can also effectively reduce the chance of gynecological diseases.
It is also recommended to use condoms for women who do not have a regular partner, or who do not have a unique partner.
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“Why do I look so ugly?”
“Why doesn’t anyone like me?”
“Why does she have a husband and I don’t?”
Although women who have a regular partner can’t help but complain about their partner’s faults or become dissatisfied with themselves.
But in contrast, women who seem to be unable to find a suitable boyfriend at the moment and do not want to be single have a more pronounced tendency to self-doubt, frustration and even depression.
Data show that the number of women with depression is three to five times higher than that of men.
Scientific studies have shown that semen has a miraculous anti-depressant effect on women. Those women who used condoms during sex were less depressed than those who did not use condoms.
Conversely, those women who don’t use condoms are more likely to be depressed once they stop having sex than those who use condoms.
Analyzed from the perspective of semen composition, semen contains androgens (testosterone), and estrogens (estrogen, progesterone), etc., which may have a better effect on depression.
This function of semen was first suggested by a doctor named Ney based on his many years of clinical experience.
Many women ask: Can I have sex when I’m pregnant? And here is to say that oral sex and swallowing semen may really be a benefit for pregnant women.
Sex during pregnancy not only enhances the couple’s relationship and allows each other’s normal physiological needs to be met, it may also reduce the risk of eclampsia in pregnant women and relieve morning sickness, allowing the baby in the womb, to develop more safely and healthily.
Eclampsia is a common disease that occurs during late pregnancy or at the time of delivery or after a new birth, and constitutes a threat to maternal life worldwide, also known as “pregnancy epilepsy”.
That semen can reduce the risk of eclampsia in pregnant women was deduced by Koelman and other researchers at Leiden University School of Medicine in the Netherlands through a small sample of scientific experiments.
The relief of morning sickness in pregnant women, on the other hand, is based on this extrapolation hypothesis, which is yet to be verified by more experiments. The specific process is more complex and boring.
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