Semen Allergy Semen Allergies

Burning Sensation, After Sex Fever, See Other Shocking Symptoms Of Semen Allergy

Instagram sensation Sabi doctor has revealed shocking details about the symptoms of Semen Allergy.

Officially known as Dr Damian Avar, he said burning sensation is a symptom of this allergy.

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The medical doctor and sex consultant stated these symptoms in a video on Instagram. He said that semen allergy is caused by proteins in semen.

He also listed swelling and irritation after sex to be among the symptoms in women.

Sabi Doctors further described these symptoms in men.

According to him, men who feel feverish and a bit sick after releasing their semen could also be experiencing this allergy.

His words, “If you have ever had a few experiences where you notice swelling, redness, irritation or a burning sensation after coming in contact with semen, or if as a man, you usually develop a fever and feel a bit sick whenever you release your precious seed (semen); it could be due to the fact that you are allergic to semen.

“Semen allergy is a condition in which a person, man or woman, reacts to some of the proteins found in semen.”
The physician continued, “For a woman, the allergy may be limited to her vagina or it could be generalised and can affect any part of her body where the semen touches. E.g face, throat, or breasts.

“Also, while she can experience it with only a particular partner, it can happen with any man at all she gets intimate with.

“If you’re suspecting that you have this condition, just tell your man to try using a condom and you won’t notice it again.”

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Sabi Doctor then advised women who want to have children but experiences these symptoms to consult their doctor.

In a report obtained from PUNCH HealthWise, this Semen allergy is a rare condition. A health portal, Healthline, says the condition is common in men and women.

“Studies do show that it’s possible to be allergic to your own semen. When this happens, it’s known as a post-orgasmic illness syndrome,” it said.

Healthline noted on its website that semen allergy might be symptoms that affect the entire body. Often, these symptoms are often localized.

“For example, men who are allergic to their own semen may experience severe fatigue, intense warmth, and a flu-like state right after ejaculation.

“Overall, symptoms usually start within 20 to 30 minutes of exposure. They may last anywhere from a few hours to several days, depending on the severity,” it continued.

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