AP -- Women who perform the act of fellatio and swallow semen on a regular basis, one to two times a week, may reduce their risk of breast cancer by up to 40 percent, a North Carolina State University study found. Doctors had never suspected a link between the act of fellatio and breast cancer, but new research being performed at North Carolina State University is starting to suggest that there could be an important link between the two. In a study of over 15, women suspected of having performed regular fellatio and swallowed the ejaculatory fluid, over the past ten years, the researchers found that those actually having performed the act regularly, one to two times a week, had a lower occurance of breast cancer than those who had not. There was no increased risk, however, for those who did not regularly perform. Kramer of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, who was not involved in the research. The University researchers stressed that, though breast cancer is relatively uncommon, any steps taken to reduce the risk would be a wise decision.
Semen is a combination of fluids, including sperm and water. Males produce sperm following ejaculation from the penis. Although swallowing semen is a relatively safe and common practice, there are some risks to be aware of. Oral sex is a common form of sexual activity. Some people may enjoy swallowing semen as part of oral sex. Others may not feel comfortable doing so. People may also feel uncomfortable about letting a partner taste or swallow their semen.
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