Oral sex recommended for pregnant women to beat morning sickness

   Aug 11, 10:19 am

London, August 11 (ANI): The best way to cure morning sickness felt by pregnant women is to perform oral sex, a psychologist has claimed.

Gordon Gallup at the University at Albany-SUNY has claimed that women who consume sperm from the male who impregnated them are likely to counteract the common side effect during pregnancy.

Gallup, who works within the university's psychology department, believes that morning sickness is simply caused by the introduction of semen, a foreign substance, in order to impregnate women.

The doctor also believes that pregnant women should, instead of abstaining from sex, cater to their partner's sexual needs in order to remain healthy themselves, the Daily Mail reported.

He believes that women are able to build up a tolerance to the semen that impregnated them by simply digesting more of it.

Morning sickness has been attributed to various things in the past besides the addition of semen in the body, such as the mere change of hormones and the use of hormonal contraception.

Dr Gallup also believes that semen has anti-depressive qualities. (ANI)

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