Can A Man Transfer Meth To A Woman Through His Semen?


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Technically, yes - although the amount that is transferred through semen is so miniscule that it will not cause the woman to fail a drug test.

Methamphetamine (meth) is metabolised within the body like all drugs, and some of its metabolites could end up in the semen of the man.

However, this is not enough to make the woman feel the effects.

Can meth be transferred in semen...
  • Methamphetamine stimulates the central nervous system by increasing the level of the chemical dopamine in the brain.
  • Dopamine is responsible for feelings of reward, motivation, pleasure and in large doses - euphoria.
  • The drug can be detected in a standard urine screening up to four days after it was last used. It is one of ten substances specifically tested for in a ten panel test.
  • Meth is present within the blood for three days after it was taken.
  • It can be detected in saliva for a similar amount of time as the two other methods.
  • Hair follicle testing is only normally used when a long-term drug history is needed. This method can find meth in the system for any period of time up to about three months after it was consumed.

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