How long can you keep semen and be safe to eat it?

I love eating my husbands semen, Im a working person and my husband is a stay at home person, But he masterbates daily while im at work, But I want to know if he can put it in a cup and put it in the fridge to eat when i get home, And if he fridges his semen how long can i leave it in the fridge, a few days? a few weeks? or a few hours? some days i dont want none, and want to know if i can leave it in the fridge til the next day. thanks!. dont judge me please i just like eating semen alot and its good for you. thanks for reading

8 Answers

  1. A couple of days in the fridge, it will be fine you have to remember sperm banks save it and sell it. It’s like anything else, better fresh but it’ll keep. I’m not turned on by the eating semen part so much as the fact you are kinky enough to like it, he is a lucky man 🙂 You should consider getting a van putting curtains in the windows and sucking him off during lunch breaks. Maybe put a Krispy Kreme around his dong? I hope I’m lucky enough to find a weird *** kinky semen eating (also anal freak) to marry and love someday 🙂

    Have a long and healthy marriage!!!!

  2. Hi, I do know that if you put it in the fridge it’s good the next day. I use it in my coffee and my wife on her skin. It has a few really good qualities and it’s just good. I put it in my coffee some mornings from the night before. I love it, it’s good and wished I had more. Any donors ? *** fill my cup.

  3. Saving Semen

  4. Very interesting reading and most helpful. I will have to freeze mine, as suggested, until I have close to a cup full of semen. I adore the taste.

  5. The best way is to freeze it; that way he can keep adding to it without you worrying about it going bad. Just think about how much could be waiting for you if you wait a week or two! You would need to let it thaw in cold water and warm it slowly in warm water until it is body temp to make it perfect.

  6. freezing it is really the only safe way to save it for a few days, bacteria is around everything, even the human penis. one reason women get trac infections, men would to if their urinary track tube is short like a females. I myself through logic, and knowing that bacteria may be slowed down in the fridge it will not stop it. your husband should learn to save his hot hungry wife his load, by jacking but not off, he would build and increase the amount of love cream for you to swallow when you get home. pic a day or days through the week for him to save it hot and fresh for you to consume when you get home. this is love to sacrifice daily pleasure, to give you and him pleasure together. I love *** also, but its not worth the risk, of never being able to eat it again. stomach acid does not kill all bacteria, and could lead to a serious infection that may not be treatable through antibiotics. so my queen be safe

  7. You seem to have a very adventurous sex life 🙂

    I cant really answer this but Google is your friend. Search in Google, “How long does it take for sperm to die” or “Is it safe to eat Semen”.

    Even though, I am not that sure that woman can get pregonant from consuming semen oraly.

    Hope this helps 😀

  8. Are you Draculla’s third daughter……..just joking.

Relevant information

Semen is a “viscous, creamy, slightly yellowish or greyish” substance made up of spermatozoa — commonly known as sperm — and a fluid called seminal plasma.

In other words, semen contains two separate components: the sperm and the fluid.

Sperm — about 1 to 5 percent of the semen — are the tadpole-like reproductive cells that contain half of the genetic information to create human offspring.

The seminal plasma fluid, which is about 80 percent water, makes up the rest.

For the most part, yes, the components that make up semen are safe to ingest.

Swallowed semen is digested in the same way as food.

However, in very rare circumstances, some people might discover that they’re allergic to semen. This is also known as human seminal plasma hypersensitivity (HSP).

Though rare, this sensitivity is something to be aware of in case you find yourself experiencing an allergic reaction.

Despite its reputation for being a rich source of protein, you would likely have to consume gallons of semen to see any dietary health benefits.

Although the amount of ejaculate varies from person to person — depending on a variety of factors, such as age and health — protein is only a small part. It’s about one-twentieth of the entire fluid.

Along with the sperm, protein, and water mentioned above, semen also contains a variety of other components, including:

  • sugar, both fructose and glucose
  • sodium
  • citrate
  • zinc
  • chloride
  • calcium
  • lactic acid
  • magnesium
  • potassium
  • urea

Yes, but not as many as you might think. Contrary to popular belief, sperm isn’t highly caloric.

Each teaspoon of ejaculate — the average amount of ejaculate produced at one time — is around five to seven calories, which is about the same as a stick of gum.

There’s no single description of what semen tastes like because it can vary from person to person.

To some, it can taste bitter and salty, while for others, it can taste sugary sweet.

Although there isn’t a direct link proving that a person’s diet directly affects the taste of their sperm, there’s some anecdotal evidence.

There are a few foods that could make semen taste more palatable, or less acidic, such as:

  • celery
  • parsley
  • wheatgrass
  • cinnamon
  • nutmeg
  • pineapple
  • papaya
  • oranges

On the other hand, many believe that a more intolerant bitterness could be attributed to other foods, as well as drug-like substances, such as:

  • garlic
  • onions
  • broccoli
  • cabbage
  • leafy greens
  • asparagus
  • meat and dairy products
  • alcohol
  • cigarettes
  • coffee

Similar to taste, the smell of semen can vary quite a lot depending on circumstances like diet, health, and hygiene.

In many situations, semen can smell like bleach or other household cleaners. This has to do with its makeup of ingredients, in order to provide a pH level where the sperm can thrive.

Unlike the vagina, which naturally skews more acidic, semen tends to be neutral or slightly alkaline.

It stays around 7.26 to 8.40 on the pH scale — which ranges from 0, highly acidic, to 14, highly alkaline.

On the other hand, if semen smells musky or fishy, this could be due to outside factors.

Like taste, a more putrid smell could be attributed to diet, in the same way that asparagus affects the scent of urine. Sweat and dried pee can also make it smell bitter.

Potentially! There’s some research that shows there could be natural antidepressant properties in semen.

These may include:

  • endorphins
  • estrone
  • prolactin
  • oxytocin
  • thyrotropin-releasing hormone
  • serotonin

A 2002 study conducted by the State University of New York at Albany surveyed 293 college-age females to see if exposure to semen, without the use of outside condoms worn on the penis, affected their overall mood.

According to the survey, those who were directly exposed to semen showed significantly better mood and fewer symptoms of depression.

However, this study should be taken with a grain of salt.

In the same vein as the studies that show evidence for the natural antidepressant properties of semen, some believe it could also have stress-relieving properties.

This claim is due to the mood-boosting properties of oxytocin and progesterone hormones, the both of which are found in semen.

It’s also thought that vitamin C and other antioxidants found in semen may help reduce sperm impairment by fighting oxidative stress within semen.

Maybe. Similarly to how some studies have shown mood-lifting and anxiety-reducing benefits, semen exposure could help with pregnancy health.

A 2003 case-controlled study found that females who were exposed to sperm for longer periods, both before and during pregnancy, were less likely to develop preeclampsia, a rare pregnancy complication.

However, this is only one study, and more research is needed to support these findings.

Semen contains melatonin, the natural hormone your body releases to regulate sleep cycles.

This may explain why some people feel tired after swallowing semen or being exposed to it during intercourse.

There hasn’t been any research on this, so there’s no way to know for sure.

Just like any other form of unprotected sex, swallowing semen can put you at risk for an STI.

Without a barrier birth control method, bacterial infections, like gonorrhea and chlamydia, can affect the throat. Skin-to-skin viral infections, like herpes, can result from contact.

Before you and your partner engage in any unprotected sex, including oral stimulation, make sure to have a conversation about when you were last tested or if you think you should get tested.

Yes, but it’s extremely rare.

Although there isn’t a lot of hard data, semen allergies may affect up to 40,000 females in the United States.

That’s a small percentage of the nearly 160,000,000 females living in the U.S.

Symptoms of a semen allergy usually show up 20 to 30 minutes after contact or ingestion and may include:

  • pain
  • itching
  • redness
  • swelling
  • hives
  • difficulty breathing

Seek immediate medical attention if you have trouble breathing or experience other signs of a severe allergic reaction.

Symptoms of allergy will likely vary from one person to the next, as will the duration of symptoms. See a doctor or other healthcare provider if your symptoms persist or worsen.

Whether you choose to spit or swallow is entirely up to you and your personal preferences.

Before making a decision, make sure that you have an open conversation with your partner about their STI status. This will help you evaluate the overall level of risk.

In the end, you should only do what you’re comfortable with.

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