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Women defend doctor using his semen to cure them

Women defend doctor using his semen to cure them
Ma Lin taking a photo next to the treatment chair in his clinic

Some people think that semen is a great cure for morning sickness and bad acne problems, but gynaecological diseases? You'd think semen was one of the reasons some women get those problems in the first place.

At the First Affiliated Hospital of Guangxi Medical University in China, 47-year-old associate professor Ma Lin believes his sperm has special healing powers and has been using it as the secret ingredient to concoct his own medicine, which he administers to female patients as treatment for their women's problems.

Apparently he's been brewing the tonic, a mixture of his semen with antibiotic erythromycin and saline solution, since 2003 and he would apply the remedy on a patient's acupuncture points as well as massaging it around her vagina.

He might have gotten away with it, too, until one patient, Wang Juan, went to his clinic back in August 2010 to be treated for a pelvic inflammation but later discovered a strange fluid in her vagina. She confronted the doc and was shocked when he told her what his mystery cure was made of.

Wang Juan immediately lodged a police report against the doc, accusing him of rape, and he was arrested.

In his statement, Ma Lin, who spent years researching traditional Chinese medicines and treatments, claimed he was applying the semen to her body when his sperm entered her vagina by accident. He then proceeded to "wipe it clean".

Following a legal wrangling, in July this year a Nanning city court in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region finally sentenced Ma Lin to four years in prison.

The doc, however, filed an appeal last month on grounds that Wang Juan had gone to him with a contagious disease and under those circumstances "it would be unthinkable to want to have sexual intercourse with her".

On top of that, he said he couldn't have done it because the design of his medical chair, where the alleged rape took place, doesn't allow for sexual intercourse— and he wouldn't have done it anyway because Wang Juan's boyfriend is a cop.

Ma Lin has since found his defence propped up by the unlikeliest of people—his other female patients who have came forward to testify on his behalf, saying that his semen prescription had been very effective for them.

Other doctors, however, continue to doubt the scientific basis of Ma Lin's cure and suggested that he might be infecting his patients with other diseases.

Source: Shanghai Daily, Yangcheng Evening News

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