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    Am I allergic to my boyfriend's semen?
    ejsgirl1323 posted:
    I have been dating my boyfriend for almost a year and everything was great sexually for the first 4 months but then I started having a burning in my vagina a few hours after we have sex. The pain is like a yeast infection burn but I have been to the emergency room and explain my symptoms but they seem to want to treat it as a bladder issue. My question is, could I have become allergic to his semen? We are wanting to have a baby but can't afford to do the rounds of IV-F. Please help!!! The burning starts about an hour after we have sex and lasts for days no matter what I have tried!!!

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