My wife and I had sex several weeks ago. On this occasion she performed fellatio on me. The next morning her lips (on her face) were extremely swollen. This instance is the only time this has happened. She was talking to a girlfriend that told her the reason that would happen is if I had some kind of lubricant (like K-Y jelly) on my penis. We use no lubricant. She is now convinced that I must have been with another women, and using a lubricant. I have never been with any one else since we have been married. We would have most likely also had intercourse that evening. I know of no special soaps or body wash at the gym (just the usual stuff I have used every day).
She probably had an allergic reaction to something, whether something she ate or a bug bite, whatever. I think giving you oral was purely coincidental. As for her assertion that you must have been with someone else, well, I guess theoretically someone could have an allergy to lube and have their lips swell, but I'm *completely* mystified by how she or her friend could jump to that conclusion. If nothing else, she would have most definitely *tasted* the lube; all of them have a taste, and it's not exactly delicious, lol. Even the flavored ones are kinda gross. Is trust generally an issue in your relationship? If so, I'd suggest seeking counseling.
Simpler explanation might be that she was so enthusiastic in the fellatio that she caused the swelling, just like any excessive exercise can cause swelling of muscles and othe soft tissue. An allergy is possible, but if this has not happened befreo, unlikely.
if you were paying attention, you would see that he wrote he has never been w. anyone since he has been married. what the heck would he have to lose by telling us even IF he did? he doesnt know us. in addition, he does clean his ****. he said he hasnt used anything different than what he normally uses.
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