A 18-year-old female asked:
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is it good or bad to swallow sperm? thanks

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Dr. David Sneid
40 years experience Endocrinology
If you want to: It doesn't really matter to me. Do whatever you like. It's neither good nor bad. There is, however, always the potential to transfer an infection, but that has nothing to do with the swallowing or not.
Answered on Jan 5, 2019
Dr. Alvin Lin
Dr. Alvin Lin answered
29 years experience Geriatrics
Up to you! But . . .: Swallowing sperm is neither good nor bad as long as choice is up to you ie you're not forced to do so against your will. However, this assumes sperm donor is free of sexually transmitted diseases/infections. So unless you're absolutely sure, it's probably best to avoid doing so outside of mutually monogamous relationship. Check out http://goo.Gl/umakiv & http://goo.Gl/r6bczi.
Answered on Sep 26, 2015

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Know your partner!: There is no pregnancy risk, but there is complete std risk. Oral sex is risky for this reason. Oral sex with condom drastically reduces this risk.
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Know your partner!: There is no pregnancy risk, but there is complete std risk. Oral sex is risky for this reason. Oral sex with condom drastically reduces this risk.
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Not good or bad: But there is always the risk of contracting HIV or std infection from unprotected sex.

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