Semen causing burning sensation in her vagina.

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  1. RPM

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    OK, bear with me please........this issue is bugging me like crazy.

    Anyway, I ejaculated inside my gf and she has been feeling an uncomfortable burning sensation in her vagina.

    Is this a cause of concern?

    She won't be seeing a doctor or rather she doesn't want to see one. (No insurance coverage)
     
  2. dolfette

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    i suggest posting this in women's issues.
    i also suggest using rubbers until you know what the score is...pain is there to warn us that we may be harming ourselves.
    maybe -you- should see a doc.
     
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    She may be allergic to the proteins in sperm. Or she may have a yeast or herpes infection. Now these are quite unlikely, a more common reason may be that your sperm is too concentrated, so you should drink plenty of water prior to intercourse. It maybe a result of your diet which makes your sperm more acidic.

    Finally it might be a result of the direct friction. Well there is not much more i can comment on this really. I am no expert
     
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    i dunno.
    some men have spunk.
    others have caustic, bleach stinking goop.
    does she react to other men this way?
    if her exes don't make her itch then it's unlikely.
    if her exes did then you might be right.
     
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    ooo, here's an idea!

    do you eat anything she's allergic to?
     
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    In regard to her ex.......no.


    Would this make a difference?

    She is a vegetarian and has allergies to caffeine.

    I drink, both tea and coffee as well as coke on a near daily basis.

    Am not a vegetarian either.
     
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    It could be that she is actually allergic to your semen. It is rare, but some women experience an immune reaction to their partner's semen. I would have her check with her gyno and see.
     
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    that could well be it!!

    i found out when i was breast feeding that what i put into my body came out of my body...caffeine made them fretful, chamomile helped them sleep, etc. LOTS of things! some foods i ate just made them cry.

    i doubt meat would make a difference but if you're avoiding docs...well cutting out caffeine is free & worth a try. give it a week or two?
     
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    if you cum inside of her with a condom, if its a semen allergy the same redness, burning itchy and swelling issues wont be there.
     
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    She is problem really sensitive and maybe allergic, its not uncommon. You may need to ejaculate elsewhere.
     
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    When I was younger I had a boyfriend give me a vaginal infection. His previous girl friend had had a lot of bladder infections and he'd probably picked up a bacteria from her - and was probably the reason her infections recurred because she stopped getting them after they broke up (we were friends, and yes, she knew I hookedup with him, said she was ok with it but warned me about a few things). I saw my doctor and we were both on an antibiotic with no unprotected sex including oral for 2 weeks. no more infections.

    Not having insurance can be difficult but not treating an infection when it is in the early stages can lead to worse issues including infertility. If there is no women's clinic or doctor that will charge less for self pay, then be a gentleman and offer to help pay for the medical expenses.

    I have to agree with dolfette about the differences in some men's spunk. Your diet can make a large difference in the smell, taste, and ph level of your stuff. It can't hurt to give the diet a modification - caffeine free, increase green leafy vegs, increase yogurt, and lemon in your water. Otherwise, keep a condom on.
     
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    is she pregnant?
     
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    No.

    Was without a condom.

    Yeah will offer to pay, will see if she would accept.
     
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