OMG BIZARRE! Kourtney Kardashian Reveals Being Advised To Drink Travis Barker's SEMEN For THIS Purpose; Would You Try It?

Ugh! Let’s just hope this does not spark a new trend amongst Kardashian fans

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OMG BIZARRE! Kourtney Kardashian Reveals Being Advised To Drink Travis Barker's SEMEN For THIS Purpose; Would You Try It?
Talk about bizarre ideas and lifestyle tips, Kardashians are definitely an oddball, and they have a stock of these suggestions. The reality stars just tend to get extreme with their unusual suggestions. As if setting new beauty standards weren’t enough, Kourtney Kardashian has now revealed rather unorthodox advice she received from her doctor. 

The 43-year-old reality star revealed that her doctor told her to drink Travis Barker's semen to help improve her chances of falling pregnant.

Talking about her fertility journey on the latest episode of The Kardashians, Kourtney - who recently got hitched to Travis Braker in a lavish Italian Ceremony - shared that they have been trying different techniques in hopes of welcoming a baby. 

Explaining her thyroid levels, which can interfere with the release of eggs, following her recent conversation with her doctor about the same, the reality star said, "I can't remember what he said, if it [her thyroid level] was low or high," reported Cosmopolitan.

However, she continued, "he told us, well, he told me, that the thing that would help it was drinking [Travis'] come, like, four times a week."

"I love this doctor," Travis jokingly replied, although neither he nor Kourtney confirmed whether they'd tried the technique out.

Well, a Cosmopolitan report went a step ahead to debunk Kourtney and Travis’said technique to improve the reality star’s fertility by quoting Dr Verity Biggs who is a  women's health GP at H3 Health. And guess what, she isn't convinced!

"If semen is ingested, it is processed very much like any other food or drink we ingest. It enters the stomach and is broken down and digested," she told Cosmopolitan, reminding us that infections can be spread no matter what route they enter the body. 

"The composition of semen can be affected by diet and lifestyle," Dr Biggs adds, pointing out that: "Semen contains chemicals like melatonin, oxytocin and progesterone and even anti-oxidants [which] in turn could possibly help to improve mood or have stress-relieving properties."

Semen, she adds, "has even been documented to reduce the risk of pre-eclampsia."

As for the question on all of our minds. "Could it help with fertility? I’m not sure," Dr Biggs notes. "Lifestyle and healthy living would have a bigger impact."

Aargh! We hope none of you try these bizarre techniques. If you plan on doing so, kindly consult a doctor!