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    swallowing husbands semen
    swtliltxgirl posted:
    Hello I know not every woman swallows their Husbands semen but my question is is it safe to swallow during pregnancy and will it help with Nausea i have heard it is safe to consume semen because of its good attributes but if anyone can shed some light on the situation of swallowing while pregnant that would be helpful Thank You Take Care
    joiaw responded:
    Im not a doctor but I know that If you swallow too much then they will have to pump your stomach because we don't digest semen well.
    FCL responded:
    It's perfectly safe to consume whether you're pregnant or not but I seriously doubt that it will help with nausea...
    Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
    The swallowing too much semen so your stomach gets pumped is an Internet Hoax/Urban Legend that has been around for at least 15 years in various versions. You can find out more at (This is not a WebMD site, so we cannot guarantee content). Yours in health, Byroney

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