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Gender allergy is treated

Gender allergy is treated

Women who after sexual contact are tormented throughout the body, swelling in the genital area, and even breathing difficulties that endanger their lives, are likely to be allergic to their partner's sperm, but can not be cured of allergy but also through sex .

Women who after sexual contact are tormented throughout the body, swelling in the genital area, and even breathing difficulties that endanger their lives, are likely to be allergic to their partner's sperm, but can not be cured of allergy but also through sex .
Only the gradual exposure to the "allergen" and normal sex will heal. The advice belongs to a New York doctor who believes that at most 5 percent of women may have this allergy, manifested after any sexual contact or just with the sperm of certain partners.
An exact diagnosis cannot be made without a sperm analysis, as many women were not allergic to the semen itself, but to other allergens present depending on what they ate and drank or what medications the partner took.

In some cases, the women were allergic to sex and only if the partner was treated with penicillin or ate nuts.
Read the whole article in: The Thought
November 21, 2006