new study has found that women carry living DNA from all the men she
has ever had a sexual relationship with.
right ladies; the startling discovery was made by researchers at the
University of Seattle and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre.
The discovery was made by accident when the team was initially
attempting to find out if pregnant women with a son are more
susceptible to neurological diseases that men are more vulnerable to.
study began to take a turn when scientists dived deep into the female
brain. They discovered the woman’s brain possessed male DNA known as
“male microchimerism”. These cells are different to that of the cells
that make up a woman.
of the females (37 of 59) tested harbored male microchimerism” and in
many part of the brain, the according to the study.
do not be confused by your father's DNA. Your DNA is unique because
his and your mother's combine to make you.
first, researchers thought that the male DNA found in the female brain
came from carrying a male while pregnant. But, that was not true. Why?
On closer inspection, male DNA cells were still prevalent in the
brains of women who had never even been pregnant.
say there are only four ways male DNA cells are likely show up in the
* Possibly a vanished male twin
* Older brother transferred by the maternal circulation
* Sexual intercourse
a man's DNA in a woman's brain from the first three sources applies to
only small percentage of women. The only likely option researchers
could account for in the study of 63% women who had it was through
implications for women are great. When sperm enters a woman it swims
until it hits a wall and them seeps into your flesh. If it is in your
mouth, it can get into your nasal areas, behind your eyes and even
your inner ear. It then enters your blood stream and collects in your
brain and spine. You can never get rid of it.
every man a woman has a sexual relationship with; she absorbs his
spermatazoa which becomes a part of you forever. The study autopsied
the brain of elderly women, many of whom have been carrying male DNA
for more that 50 years. This startling and fascinating discovery is
only the beginning in understanding the true consequences of sexual