Seminal Plasma Hypersensitivity

by duncanr

Wot’s that you say?

It’s quite a rare condition. Basically it means a woman is allergic to sperm. Which is a bit of a bummer really. Kinda takes the pleasure out of sex (for the woman anyway)

sperm200An American couple found out she was allergic to his sperm on their honeymoon (they’d used condoms before getting wed)

“I knew something was not right because I was in a lot of pain”, said Julie Boyde.

The pain that I was feeling was inside, like somebody sticking needles up inside of me like a real painful burning. It was really scary

Sometimes the pain would last for weeks after she and husband Mike had sex.

In essence, Julie’s body regards Mike’s sperm as an intruder and mobilises it’s defences to attack and kill it.

If they want to have children, therefore, they will have to adopt.

Source . . .

[Jeez, how could something so simple, be so complicated ?]

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16 Comments to “Seminal Plasma Hypersensitivity”

  1. I’ve read way too many blogs about sperm allegies today.

    This is only number two, but that’s two more than I was hoping to read when I woke up this morning.

    ~Bob

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  2. Good point.

    But I suppose the real trouble starts if a bloke is allergic to his own sperm.

    A real case of ” Listen Doc, can you ease the pain, but leave the swelling?”

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  3. Hhmm, just a thought – is the allergy to sperm in general or to hubby’s sperm in particular ?

    Easy way to find out, of course 😉

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  4. So, that explains why my ex-wife always complained that her bum hurt afterwards.

    (I wasn’t earning enough to start a family).

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    • This is a recorded message.

      NobblySan is not available at the moment, but if you leave a £5 note stuck in the keyboard, he will spent it later.

      Please leave beer money after the tone…….

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  5. Oh, and Rick’s bar, Casablanca.

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  6. All sounds fishy to me ….

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  7. Wonder if he can get the marriage annulled under Sales of Goods Act – under ‘not fit for purpose’ clause ? 😉

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