Gordon Gallup proposed a solution for women suffering from morning sickness: cum. Loads and loads of jizz.
The Psychologist theorizes that morning sickness isn’t an aversion to food; it’s response to the body’s immune system thinking it’s sick, because that there’s a baby made of half foreign genetic material growing inside of it. He says it resembles the response of your body to a night of excessive drinking. There’s no more alcohol in your stomach, but your body is still trying to expel it. Bering explains,
To understand where [Gallup’s] coming from, we need to think back to the maternal immune system’s response to the fetus. Because half of the DNA the fetus is carrying comes from the father, the mother’s body may initially treat the organism as foreign tissue or an infection. This response, Gallup says, triggers an immune reaction that is commonly experienced as nausea, vomiting, and malaise (aka morning sickness). The best cure for this type of sickness, says Gallup, is, strangely enough, the same thing as its cause.
Gallup thinks that since the baby is half the men and half the woman’s genetic material, the only way for a woman to stop vomiting is to make the baby less foreign to the mothers whom. By ingesting or filling herself in her child’s father’s semen!
The cure is simple it’s exposure to the father’s genetic material. Writes Bering,
This is because conception and childbirth historically meant that a woman foreclosed on any other reproductive opportunities for 2 to 4 years, so pregnancies in which paternal investment was improbable would have meant an enormous gamble. Today, however, technological innovations such as barrier contraceptives (condoms reduce a woman’s exposure to semen that would otherwise become familiar) and artificial insemination mimic some ancestral conditions. The maternal immune system has no way to distinguish between, say, conception by in vitro fertilization and rape.
This theory is untested.