According to scientists, a woman keeps the DNA of all the men with whom she slept.
According to a new study by the University of Seattle and the Center for the Study of Cancer. Fred Hutchinson, women retain and carry the living DNA of every man with whom they have sex.
These unexpected results were obtained by chance: initially, researchers wanted to find out if women pregnant with their son did not have a greater predisposition to neurological diseases that are more common in men.
But with the study of the female brain, the study abruptly changed course. It turned out that the brain of a woman is an even bigger mystery than we thought.
Scientists have discovered that the female brain often contains “male microchimerism” - the presence of male DNA, originating from another person and genetically different from the cells of the female body itself.
The study explicitly states:
“63% of examined women (37–59 years old) had male microchimerism in the brain.Male microchimerism was present in several parts of the brain. ”
So, 63% of women carry the male DNA in their brains. Naturally, the scientists wondered where they came from.
And what do you think? From where
Not; The father's DNA connects to the mother's DNA, creating the child's unique DNA. So where is it from?
At first, researchers decided that, most likely, male DNA in female brains is the result of pregnancy as a boy. It was a safe, politically correct assumption. But it was wrong.
Because when they dissected the brains of women who were never pregnant at all, they still found male DNA cells in them.
Scientists could not understand what was happening. They hid these results, unable to understand and explain them.
They hid them in a heap of sub-studies and articles, but if you delve into them, you can find one paragraph that sheds light on the origin of the mysterious DNA.
What are they so afraid of?
“CONCLUSIONS: Male microchimerism is often met in women without sons. In addition to established pregnancies, other sources of male microchimerism include an unidentified spontaneous abortion, a disappeared twin male, an older brother, transmitted through the mother’s blood circulation, and sexual intercourse.
Male microchimerism occurred significantly more frequently and to a greater extent in women who had an abortion than in women with a different pregnancy history. More research is needed to determine the exact origin of male microchimerism in women. ”
So, according to scientists, there are 4 possible sources of male DNA in women's brains:
an abortion that the woman did not know about;
missing twin boy;
older brother, transmitted through the blood circulation of the mother;
Considering that 63% of women have male DNA cells in their brains, what do you think is the most likely option?
The first three options are for a very small percentage of women. They can not explain the indicator 63%.
But the fourth option - not at all uncommon.
This is very important for women. Every man whose sperm you assimilate becomes a part of your life.
The women whose brains were dissected for research were elderly. Some have been carrying live male DNA for over 50 years.
Sperm is made up of live cells. When it hits you, the sperm float and float until they crash into the wall, and then they cling and burrow into the flesh.
If they are in the mouth, they swim and make their way into the nasal passages, into the inner ear and behind the eyes. There they penetrate deeper. They enter the bloodstream and are collected in the brain and spinal cord.
Like in a science fiction film, they become part of your life, and you cannot get rid of them.
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