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Hello girls, Feeling like burning your tongue when you swallow your partner’s cum is rare, and it is happened sometime because of men or sometimes because of your semen allergy.

If your tongue or throat feels like burning when you try to swallow your partner’s cum or when your partner ejaculates in your mouth, it usually happens because you have semen allergy. Burning, swelling, itching, or redness are the symptoms of a semen allergy.

Let’s find out why semen allergy happened and how to cure it? I’ll also discuss what precaution is best for you if you have semen allergy. So without further discussion let’s try to find out each aspect of this problem:

What is Semen Allergy?

Semen Allergy is also known as human seminal plasma hypersensitivity (HSP). It is an allergic reaction to the proteins found in most men’s sperm. The rare condition is more common in women, affecting up to 40,000 women trusted Source in the United States. It is unclear whether this happens only to girls or even to boys who suck the penis on other boys. Some studies also showed that it is also possible to have semen allergy to your partner on his own semen. If this happens, it’s likely to call as a post-orgasmic illness syndrome. source

As you know, semen is usually close to pH neutral and can’t affect any body parts. But if your male partner is suffering a blocked seminal vesicle or post-orgasmic illness syndrome. His semen becomes acidic or basic that may results in the burning sensation while you taste his cum.

Is it necessary that all men’s cum can give my tongue a burning sensation?

Not always, If you suck other partner penis and their cum does not feel you burning sensation to your tongue, then it is a temporary problem, and it is a good sign that you are not allergic to cum. But usually, when you have semen allergy, you would be allergic to all men’s cum not only to your partner.

How do you know if you have a semen allergy?

Why does my tongue feel like burning when my partner cum in my mouth? 1

When this happens to you, as I said earlier in the beginning paragraph, you may feel burning sensation when your partner ejaculates into your mouth. The common symptoms that usually occur when you suffer from semen allergy are 

  1. redness
  2. burning
  3. swelling
  4. pain
  5. hives
  6. itching

Semen Allergy can occur while having vaginal sex and blowjob. Symptoms may appear anywhere that has come in contact with semen like:

  1. hands
  2. mouth
  3. chest
  4. anus

If you have semen allergy and perform below any sex activity to your partner, and he ejaculated on the spot, you may feel Semen Allergy symptoms to above body parts like:

  1. If you had masturbated your partner and he ejaculated on your hand 
  2. If you suck his dick and he ejaculates on your mouth or your throat.
  3. If he has anal sex with you and ejaculates in your anus.
  4. If he has sex and ejaculates on your breast.

How to prevent semen allergy?

The best prevention is a precaution. If you take precautions at first, you will not suffer. The condom is the best way to minimize semen allergy if your partner wears a condom while you suck his dick. Maybe this action can stop the allergy. According to Healthline, it is a very fewer chance of getting semen allergy when you suck your partner’s dick with the protection of a condom. 

But the question you may think in your mind that sucking cock over condom can not give you intense pleasure or consult your doctor and try to cure this disease.

I am not a doctor, but I only suggest from doctor’s advice, you can take an over-the-counter antihistamine before blowjob. Everyone has a different body and may suit your body and help to minimize your symptoms. Use it at your own risk. I recommend you it is better to consult your doctor then use any drugs or medication. Taking anything without knowing can worsen your condition rather than curing.

How to suck my partner’s dick if I have semen allergy?

Why does my tongue feel like burning when my partner cum in my mouth? 2

A semen allergy can only affect you and feel like burning sensation if you take his cum into your mouth or on your boobs or your face. But if you suck his dick and when he will be ejaculating, get away from your partner’s cum.

You can still suck your partner’s dick even if you have semen allergy using precaution. Tell your partner to wear a condom when you or he want s blowjob. This is the simplest way to suck his cock without taking you at risk.

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Mak Adikami

Mak Adikami, Co-Owner, Co-Founder, and blogger at learnblowjob.com. I love to figure out myths and facts about giving and receiving a blowjob through personal experience and research.

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