Re: Burning Sperm
Please go see you OBGYN. Allergy to semen is more common than you think. A recent research study suggested low double digits of all women, which is alot. Typically, when a woman is allergic to semen, she has allergies to many other things as well....But, not always. The allergy to semen is actually the protein in the semen...A reaction to much of what your partner eats.
A semen allergy is usually diagnosed by using a condom...If no problems, then it's a semen allergy. You can actually be tested by an allergist for this and in many cases, shots can work...A small amt of semen is injected under the skin.
Lastly, a method called Intravaginal Seminal Graded Challenge (ISGC) can be used to solve the problem. Very small diluted amts of semen are gradually introduced into the vagina in order to get the vagina used to the partner's semen.
It's important to note that with a semen allergy, a woman can be allergic to all men, or just one particular man.
Last edited by Executor; 08-23-2008 at 08:14 AM.