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i think dbfd is talking about this. http://health.yahoo.net/news/s/nm/us_semen_allergyhow did it get out so fast and how do they know so much details.
When I had an O. under the shower my POIS-symptoms were 50 % less.
Quote from: Vandemolen3 on 26/11/2010 15:51:01When I had an O. under the shower my POIS-symptoms were 50 % less. Maybe this is because I cleaned myself from the semen. And that's why because the allergic reaction is less. I think my allergy began because I didn't wash me after an O. I used only a bit of paper and then went to sleep. The next day I washed my self. A few months ago I searched on Google 'sex and hygiene'. I found out that Arabs have to wash them selves directly after sex. This is obligatory from their religion. Maybe they have this wisdom because their medicine was well developed.
Although we don't know why a woman develops sperm antibody reactions, a man develops antibodies to his own sperm when it comes into contact with his blood, usually after he has a vasectomy, testicular torsion (where a testicle twists inside the scrotum), infection, or trauma. Since the two fluids don't normally mix, blood mounts an allergic reaction against sperm. Men who reverse vasectomies in the hope of fathering children often develop an allergic reaction to their own sperm.
And our road is now paved more smoothly with serious scientific medical papers that we can confidently wave in the faces of all those silly naysayers who say, "it's all in your heads" !
Having started the thread at the beginning, I'm just now seeing this major update, I have to say, it didn't put a smile on my face. Allergic to one's own semen treated by years of injecting semen into your skin??I feel like slamming my head against a wall until it splits open and my brain drips out.