Have you ever been intimate with your partner and afterward noticed your body feels just a little off? Maybe a rash and a little bit of pain.
Maybe, you thought you just went too rough in the sheets. Or, maybe you were convinced you had a yeast infection that just wouldn’t quit!
But, is it possible you’re just allergic to his sperm?
The Answer Is Yes
Sperm allergy is very real! It’s more commonly known as human seminal plasma hypersensitivity or HSP. And, it’s affecting approximately 40,000 women in the United States. Holy moly! Why haven’t we been talking about this?
The allergy is caused by proteins that are found in the male’s ejaculation. An important thing to note is that if you’re allergic to one male’s semen, you are allergic to all semen. So, if what you are experiencing is something new
How Do You Know If You Have A Sperm Allergy?
Sperm allergies can often be misdiagnosed by you and your doctor, which is why it’s important to keep track of your symptoms. If it’s a regular happening, make note of if the symptoms worsen over time or get better, where the symptoms take place on your
Some of the most common signs of a sperm allergy are…
- Difficulty Breathing
Precautions To Take
If you do have a sperm allergy, your sex life isn’t over. So, don’t worry! There are a couple of precautions you can take in order to make sex more comfortable- which, honestly, should be a huge relief!
First and foremost, you should use condoms. I know, it’s not always fun, but it’s a lot more fun than that rash you get every time he busts inside of you. Also make sure he finishes in the condom or somewhere away from your body. You don’t want a rash or itching on your stomach or your chest either.
Another option, which I am sure your man will love is desensitization. Sperm allergies are often treated by having sex regularly a few times a week. It allows your V to get used to the proteins that are entering the body and eventually it won’t react anymore. So, we hope! But, it’s important to consult with your doctor before self-treating, as an intense allergic reaction could occur.