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Transfer of DNA material during sex ?

Does other peoples DNA stay in our blood for ever or does it go away, i am thinking of joining the army but i slept with a guy a couple of years ago was just wondering if it would be worth while going to sign up if that going to show up on my blood test
Asked On : Wed, 23 Sep 2009
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Transfer of genetic material or DNA can occur from parents to children or through gene therapy and rarely by various virus.It is highly unlikely for other persons DNA to get into your blood.Merely having sodomy with other guy does not transfer his genetic material.Sodomy is an unnatural and unsafe sexual practice. It can transmit many dangerous diseases like HIV, Hepatitis B etc. Please take precautions.If any further query, you can have a Live Chat with one of our doctors online between 9am-9pm IST (GMT+5:30) on all 7 days a week at Alternatively, you can speak with them over phone at +91-80-41743045 between 12noon-6pm IST from Monday to Friday .
Answered: Fri, 2 Oct 2009
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