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Sperm leakage after sex normal, may be proof of healthy semen –Physician

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Amarachi Okeh

A public health physician, Dr. Toluwani Binutu has told couples trying to conceive not to worry about semen leaking from a woman’s vagina after sex, noting that it is absolutely normal.

Couples, he said, should expect some sperm to leak out of the vagina after sex.

The UK-based health practitioner explained that the leakage does not mean that the woman has a blockage somewhere, adding that a good amount of the semen has already gone into the woman.

Speaking in a video posted on his Instagram page, @tolubinutu, he said, “for many couples who have unprotected sex, they notice that some semen leaks out afterward.

“In fact, some women worry that this leaking may stop them from getting pregnant in the future or that the leakage means that there’s a blockage somewhere in their reproductive system.

“I am here to tell you that this leakage of semen is completely normal, so you have nothing to worry about.

“In fact, it can even be proof that the man is producing a healthy amount of semen which is good for those that are looking to get pregnant.

“So, there’s no need to lie down and put your legs on the wall,” he advised

Also, according to an article published by babymed.com  – a maternal healthcare site, sperm leakage can actually be a good thing because it means there is enough of the ejaculate.

The article also noted that the fluid that comes out of the vagina after a man’s orgasm is merely a portion of the ejaculate, noting that after semen is released into the vagina, the sperm immediately separates from the remaining ejaculate and begin moving into the cervix and up into the uterus for fertilisation in the fallopian tubes. 

The sperm, the article noted, moves into the tubes within minutes after ejaculation in the vagina.

Once the ejaculate is inside the vagina, vaginal secretions start destroying much of the remaining sperm. When they move into the cervix and uterus, they are protected from hostile vaginal acidic secretions.

The article says, “less than five – 10 per cent of the ejaculate is actually sperm with over ninety per cent being made up of other fluids. The leakage of the ejaculate from the vagina is highly unlikely to prevent a woman from getting pregnant”

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