The main ingredients of semen, the fluid that men create during ejaculation, are sperm, water, and a combination of other materials.
There is a common belief that semen may have various health benefits for women, but it’s important to distinguish between these claims and scientific evidence.
S3xual health: Semen is a naturally occurring lubricant that can improve comfort during sex. Additionally, it has inherent antibacterial qualities that could aid in preventing urinary tract infections (UTIs).
Allergies to semen proteins can occur in certain women and result in localized allergic reactions or symptoms like burning, itching, or redness. Rarely, this can trigger an allergic reaction that is more severe.
Psychological factors: Although there is little evidence to support this theory, some people think that substances like endorphins and serotonin found in semen can have a mood-enhancing effect.