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63% of women have sperms retained in their brains - Research

Eldery women used in research were found to be carrying male DNA in thier brains and spine.

The study done by the University of Seattle and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center was originally done to determine if women who have been pregnant with male children are predisposed to certain neurological diseases that occur more frequently in males.

However, they changes course when they realised the female brain often contains male DNA that originated from another individual which are distinct from the cells that make up the woman.

63% of the females (37 of 59) tested were found to be harboring male microchimerism (DNA) in the brain. Male microchimerism was present in multiple brain regions.


As they were not sure at first what caused the retaining of DNA, the scientists pushed towards pregnancy and abortions.

Conclusions given included the following:

According to the report male microchimerism was significantly more frequent and levels were higher in women with induced abortion than in women with other pregnancy histories. However, they are also common in women without sons.

After delisting the first three as they only affect very few women at a time, the scientist finally put focus on sex and this is shocking information they found out.

"Sperm is alive. It is living cells. When it is injected into you it swims and swims until it crashes headlong into a wall, and then it attaches and burrows into your flesh. If it’s in your mouth it swims and climbs into your nasal passages, inner ear, and behind your eyes. Then it digs in. It enters your blood stream and collects in your brain and spine."


So what does this for women?

Well, there's no easy way to say it but every male you absorb spermatazoa from becomes a living part of you for life.

The women autopsied in this study were elderly and some had been carrying the living male DNA inside them for well over 50 years.


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