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My DNA can change because of ingesting other man saliva/urine?

Hi there, i am 35 male from London. If i ingest saliva/urine from other man, will my DNA change? Will my future babies will have trace of the other man ?
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3191940 tn?1447268717
No, it is not possible for you to change your DNA in any way.  If it were easy to change a person's DNA, then gene therapy for diseases would be a breeze.  As it is, even under the most ideal, lab-controlled situations, it is very difficult to get human cells to incorporate foreign DNA, rather than rejecting it.  You would never be able to do it accidentally.

Think of it this way - when a woman is pregnant with a male fetus, there is all sorts of DNA mingling, but nothing ever comes of it.
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363281 tn?1590104173
Hello~As the above poster said, it is not possible to change the DNA in any way.
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so that means, what happen to the urine touched on my tongue? it didn't joined my bloodstream and changed the cells? If i have kids in future, the kids won't have another man trace? Thanks in advance,
No, not at all. You can not change your DNA.
ok thank you. sorry i am not an expert in these field :)
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