VoiceofReason answered Saturday June 11 2011, 6:56 am: There is actually such a thing as esophageal gonorrhea and throat cancer caused by HPV (human papaloma virus). So there is a possibility that STD's can be passed from semen.
adviceman49 answered Wednesday June 8 2011, 9:03 am: According to the website I am going to give you the link for; swallowing the sperm itself is safe.
"First the Good News
Cum is an all-natural bodily fluid that doesn't harbor any diseases or harmful bacteria in a healthy person. The purpose of semen is to transport sperm to the female ova, and it is a high-protein, nutrient-rich medium designed to support and sustain the spermatozoa during their relatively brief journey. The sperm themselves also present no threat in the digestive tract, and are neutralized by gastric fluids by the time they reach the stomach."
"The Not-so Good News
The sort of good news is that swallowing your partner's cum will not put you at any greater risk for catching an STD. The flip side is that if your partner does have an STD, by the time you've had unprotected oral sex with them, whether you swallow or not, you've been exposed to whatever they're carrying."
What I have posted above are excerpts from the link I am providing below. I suggest you and your wife read the rest together. Whatever concerns she has should be answered by this article.
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