Researchers have discovered in a new study for them, that a person may be allergic to sexual intercourse, just like any type of infection.
The researchers pointed out that sexual sensitivity occurs when something in the environment causes an abnormal reaction of the immune system. However, these matters are difficult to determine in this case.
The researchers explained that the difficulty of identifying sexual sensitivity triggers are the symptoms that appear in humans during intercourse, such as breath and sweating.
The researchers reported that sexual sensitivity may cause the following symptoms:
- chest whistling
- burning in the vagina
- loss of consciousness or
Since these symptoms may appear as a result of several triggers for sexual sensitivity, researchers have focused on a number of these triggers, including:
1- Allergy caused by semen
Sometimes the protein in the stomach triggers the sensitivity of intercourse, causing pain, burning, swelling, shortness of breath, chest pain, dizziness, and even diarrhea.
2- Sensitivity to orgasm
In rare cases, men have a reaction to their own semen, with symptoms similar to those of an infection and appearing after ejaculation.
3- Condom allergy
Some people are allergic to the material from which it is made.
Therefore, its use may cause various symptoms such as vaginal irritation, burning and itching.
4- Allergy to a certain type of lubricant
It is possible for you to be allergic to a certain type of allergy, and to develop different allergic symptoms.