My wife and I have oral sex frequently. If she swallowes she suffers from diarrhea and bloating very shortly afterwards.
I have found several postings about swallowing *** but nothing seems to talk about this issue.
Do you think this is a mental hang up or could she take some medication in anticipation of swallowing to solve this problem.
Or could it be that there is something in my ejaculate that causes the problem and if so what could I do about it?
you need to talk to a medical specialist about this- I am not a medical doctor.
It is possible however , that your wife is allergic to your ejaculate.
A physician can test for this- this overall reaction doesn't seem to be psychological although that is not impossible. I think an easy answer would be for her not to swallow and avoid unpleasant physical side effects.
This may sound trite but, is it that important to you that she swallows? Can't she just spit it out on a tissue? Maybe she is allergic to it when she takes it into her stomach. But I doubt you'll want to go to a doctor to get her tested for that! LOL
Yes pices732, there is a chance of contracting an STD from, as you choose to call it, your wife's "cream pie." If I understand your question correctly, which I may not, yes, there is also a chance of contracting an STD from male ejaculate as well. Both bodily fluids can carry HIV as well as many other diseases. If you have a concern that your wife may be infected it would be a good idea for you both to be tested.
After finally getting a response from the staff at med help I will now respond to all comments.
To Banker- It is not greatly important that she swallows but it would be more complete than getting up to spit into the sink. Spitting into a tissue is not an option because of the volume of fluid (we are talking a mouthfull here) and neither of us wants to keep a glass for a spitoon next to the bed. You are right about not wanting to see a doctor in person about it which is why it was posted here in the first place.
To Pices732- Learn to speak english before you type any more comments!!
To jackbrake99- Yours was a resonable suggestion but we have been married 30 years and we don't play with other people, neither of us has an STD. In our very early years marriage she swallowed all the time but as time went by this bloting problm started occuring and 20 years later I thought I would try to ask if anyone know why.
And Finally-- I have continued to research the internet and have found that some women can have a allergy to semen. Maybe not from all men's but certinly to a specific man's semen. Apparently this actually is not an uncommon issue but it usually occurs at the point of contact, usually hands or vagina.
Other medical issues are now causing both of us to take a daily dose of stomach acid nuetralizing medications such as Nexium so that we may take Motrin as need for inflimation. If any of these medicines stop the problem I will return to this site and let you all know. In the mean time she will just continue to be a spitter.
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