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    Seminal Plasma Hypersensitivity?
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    sblackds posted:
    I believe I might be midly allergic to my boyfriend's cum. When I get it on me, my skin inflames, reddens and swells. Little bumps often appear, too. Now I don't mind this reaction as it's mild. However I'm curious as how this allergy would effect me if I swallow his ejaculation?
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    Amelia_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi sblackds,

    I hope that you will talk to your doctor/allergist about the symptoms that you are experiencing before engaging in sexual intercourse. While I've read that some women with semen allergies actually use desensitization for treatment, if this is not done properly sex can be deadly.

    Please be safe, call your doctor and keep us posted!

    Take care,
    Amelia
    The difference between an itch and an allergy is about one hundred bucks. - Anonymous


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