Do women really absorb DNA from men they have been sleeping with? 

An YourNewsWire article claim stated that ‘a new study’ had demonstrated that cells transferred from a man to a woman during intercourse become ‘integrated’ into that woman’s body, after sex (every single time).

Brains of women were autopsied, who had never been pregnant, and they STILL had male DNA cells prevalent in their brain.

A third possibility is from an older male sibling transferred by the maternal circulation to the fetus of a later pregnancy. [i.e. you are born with male DNA your older brother left behind in your mother’s body].

A total of 154 girls were studied of which 21 (13.6%) tested positive for male microchimerism. There was a tendency that girls were more likely to test positive for male microchimerism if their mothers previously had received transfusion, had given birth to a son or had had a spontaneous abortion.

Furthermore, the oldest girls were more likely to test positive for male microchimerism.

This article was originally posted at YourNewsWire.