5 Sex Allergies and What to Do About It

5 Sex Allergies and What to Do About It


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Allergies are a mistake that our immune system makes repeatedly.

Immunity is naturally made to fight harmful bacteria, fungi, viruses and other germs, sometimes it obfuscates non-harmful things like dust, pollen, shellfish, peanuts, and a few other things – and a set reaction to fight them. Builds

This reaction is the next time we are exposed to aggressive things in allergies.

Often the best treatment option is to avoid what you feel about it. Unfortunately, this is not always possible for everyone.

Consider the case of gender-based sensitivity.

Yes, from regular condoms to semen, people can usually be bothered with things that usually bring joy.

As with any other allergy, some people may have a slight odor and others may experience anaphylactic shock. Here are some of the sex-related allergens and some of your symptoms:

1. Post-orgasmic syndrome

Instead of being enjoyable and cheerful, some people’s orgasm is painful and itchy! Post-orgasmic syndrome (POIS) is an autoimmune disease.

Individuals with this syndrome can experience rapid symptoms of flu-like symptoms such as fever, extreme fatigue, itching and burning eyes immediately after orgasm.

These symptoms can be followed by a more cognitive impairment such as focus and irritation in particular.

There is no permanent solution to this syndrome. Usually, the symptoms last for three to seven days and then subside on their own.

2. Allergy to latex

It is estimated that about 6% of the population suffers from latex allergy, and most do not. Symptoms of latex allergies can range from itching (blistering, pale blisters on the skin) to itching or runny nose.

If you are having the same sex or urinary tract discomfort and itching after sex, try this: Use silicone or natural condom for a week or two. You will know if the symptoms subside.

3. Allergy tubes

Lubricants can help relieve pain and increase sexual pleasure, but in people with allergies, they can cause itching, inflammation sensation, wear or even anaphylactic shock.

If you often experience any of these symptoms after using lubricants, try another type. There are basically three types of lubricants available in the market: oil based, water based and silicone.

You can try to increase the time you spend on foreplay to naturally soften the body. You will know if it relieves the symptoms.

If you have sensitive skin, be sure to look for lubricants with minimal or no chemicals.

4. Allergy to semen

Hypersensitivity to semen is an allergy to semen protein (prostate antigen).

If you have this allergy, you may experience redness, burning sensation, wear, itching or swelling in any part of the body that is exposed to semen.

In some cases, people may experience severe reactions and may experience anaphylactic shock.

Symptoms of women usually appear inside the vagina or vaginal canal, in men it usually occurs in the upper column or part of the genitalia.

5. Food allergies

If your partner has food allergies, try not to eat those foods yourself. Studies have shown that exposure to allergies through semen can lead to severe allergies.

Prophecy? Speaking at the Food Allergy Blogger 2017 conference, Dr. Dave Stokes explained that if your partner eats something that causes allergies – like peanuts or sesame – you should wait 3 hours and then tell them to eat something else (allergen free) before you too. There are

Finally, you may want to rinse your face thoroughly before getting on top of your partner, as the hot pepper sauce you ate three hours ago can still prevent it from burning!

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At MyPure, researchers and journalists work with physicians to provide you with all health information. For more information, please read our in-depth article on Allergies: Causes, Symptoms, and Management.

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