Toxic Sperm?

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    Apr 09, 2015 3:23 AM GMT
    Not sure if anyone has ever experienced this before. Every time my husband and I have oral sex and he swallows me, about 30 minutes later (almost on the dot each time) he has a terrible bowel movement. It's happened so consistently that we finally agreed that he should just stop doing that. I do not have the issue when I swallow him. My sperm looks just like a normal healthy load would and I don't have any illnesses (nor does he).

    The real kicker to all this is that this didn't use to happen. it all started after I got back from deployment in 2011. we never had this problem prior to it.

    Anyone else ever experience this? any thoughts/ideas would be appreciated.
  • Elian

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    Apr 09, 2015 5:20 PM GMT
    The only think I can think of is that your husband might have developed Semen allergy. It´s uncommon, but happens to soe people.

    Does his mouth itch? Even if t doesn't it migh also be an slight allergy that might get worse when swallowed.

    I cannot really think on any other possibility really, but you might want to research a bit on that.

    Some pretty weird questions that might help you is whether if he feels ill after swallowing his own of feels flu-like symthoms after ejaculating. You can try that if he feels comfortable wth doing so, I realize what I'm suggesting is quite gross, sorry. I do't know if they sell some sort of "do it yourself" allergy test, but using that whenever he starts feeling sick might work to see whether if its an allergy.

    Your only other option if it bothers you is to go to a doctor and ask...

  • Svnw688

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    Apr 09, 2015 9:53 PM GMT
    Hmm, never heard of this.

    Do you speculate there might be a link between your deployment, and consequent exposure to some chemical, and the illness your husband is experiencing after swallowing?

    Also, despite the 30 minute thing, could that still be psycho-somatic and in his head? Doubtful, just wondered if he's the "uptight" kind, which might lend to that explanation.

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    Apr 10, 2015 12:47 AM GMT
    Nope no itchiness, allergy kind of things. that's kind of what we're leaning towards though --- that maybe the pH is off or something. no flu sympomts or anything. it just rushes right through him.

    if it gets on him at all, his skin doesn't turn red or rashy or anything like that.
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    Apr 10, 2015 12:48 AM GMT
    Svnw688 saidHmm, never heard of this.

    Do you speculate there might be a link between your deployment, and consequent exposure to some chemical, and the illness your husband is experiencing after swallowing?

    Also, despite the 30 minute thing, could that still be psycho-somatic and in his head? Doubtful, just wondered if he's the "uptight" kind, which might lend to that explanation.

    Interesting mystery. Scooby Doo material icon_cool.gif


    nah, he's not uptight about it at all.

    often wondered if there was any connection at all -- i have no idea. and i wouldn't even have a clue as to how to test for that?

    Can you go to a sperm bank and ask to just have your sperm tested or something?
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    Apr 10, 2015 1:25 AM GMT
    I think there are some bacterial toxins that might cause a reaction like that. Not an infection - that would take much longer - but cell wall components of the bacteria themselves that are toxic. But man, you'd need to swallow an awful lot of them. Even if you had a UTI, I doubt that it would be enough.
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    Apr 10, 2015 12:47 PM GMT
    mindgarden saidI think there are some bacterial toxins that might cause a reaction like that. Not an infection - that would take much longer - but cell wall components of the bacteria themselves that are toxic. But man, you'd need to swallow an awful lot of them. Even if you had a UTI, I doubt that it would be enough.


    Yup, no other health issues are going on with either of us.
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    Apr 11, 2015 5:33 AM GMT
    Does his bowel contain blood?
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    Apr 11, 2015 1:30 PM GMT
    woodsmen saidDoes his bowel contain blood?


    negative. it's just basically diarrhea.
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    Apr 11, 2015 2:30 PM GMT
    It is not bacterial. Have him eat yogurt of cheese curd on a regular basis and see.
  • Inque

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    Apr 13, 2015 2:02 AM GMT
    did your diet change or you pick up smoking?
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    Apr 13, 2015 1:16 PM GMT
    Inque saiddid your diet change or you pick up smoking?


    nope, and nope.
  • Rhi_Bran

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    May 02, 2015 1:22 AM GMT
    Does he have a family history of irritable bowel disease or inflammatory bowel disease?
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    May 03, 2015 12:18 AM GMT
    ummmm, wouldn't a simple thing be to consult an MD? I think that mite be the smartest and safest thing to do.....yes?
  • musclmed

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    May 03, 2015 6:13 AM GMT
    willular said
    woodsmen saidDoes his bowel contain blood?


    negative. it's just basically diarrhea.


    Semen allergy is possible , but only really germane to fertility with conception.

    Your probably still have Combat Vet status at the VA. Although its an interesting theory, I dont think its a sevice connected condition.

    Why dont you try this. Get some Pepto Bismol tablets and have him take them before sex. Bismuth is antibacterial , coats the stomach and more or less harmless.

    The bismuth subsalicylate in Pepto will denature the semen and would probably quell any symptoms.
  • Svnw688

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    May 04, 2015 7:03 AM GMT
    Any update OP? Hope this has resolved itself favorably.
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    May 06, 2015 2:10 PM GMT
    Rhi_Bran saidDoes he have a family history of irritable bowel disease or inflammatory bowel disease?


    Nope.

    2452North saidummmm, wouldn't a simple thing be to consult an MD? I think that mite be the smartest and safest thing to do.....yes?


    While that might help bring a definitive answer, I was wondering more if anyone else had this issue.

    musclmed said
    willular said
    woodsmen saidDoes his bowel contain blood?


    negative. it's just basically diarrhea.


    Semen allergy is possible , but only really germane to fertility with conception.

    Your probably still have Combat Vet status at the VA. Although its an interesting theory, I dont think its a sevice connected condition.

    Why dont you try this. Get some Pepto Bismol tablets and have him take them before sex. Bismuth is antibacterial , coats the stomach and more or less harmless.

    The bismuth subsalicylate in Pepto will denature the semen and would probably quell any symptoms.


    That's actually quite a good idea, I will have to look into this.

    Svnw688 saidAny update OP? Hope this has resolved itself favorably.


    Nah, no status change...since it happens every single time, we've just decided to stop doing that. I don't know if it'll honestly ever be resolved; rather just wondering if anyone else has ever experienced something like this.
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    May 08, 2015 12:19 AM GMT
    willular saidI don't know if it'll honestly ever be resolved


    That's where the doctor might be able to help... especially if that Pepto Bismol trick doesn't work.
  • Kjonyou

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    May 14, 2015 11:25 AM GMT
    I hate to say it, but this sounds psychosomatic. Even if there were such a thing as toxic sperm, it would not affect a person the same way exactly 30 minutes every time they came in contact with it. Someone is looking at a clock and starting a count down.

    If you are doing more then just sucking him, like say fucking him, then the runs after sex would be normal. Or if he cleaned out beforehand some water still way up inside could do this.

    The only other remote possibility I could think of is what you are eating. Your diet. He might be allergic to some food you eat that he dose not. That could include meds you might be on or even more likely herbal supplements which as we know are unregulated by the federal government.

    I just saw a story that tested a whole bunch of store bought supplements and some of them were 90% filler and many didnt even have the very herb labeled on the bottle.
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    May 14, 2015 12:15 PM GMT
    kjonyou saidI hate to say it, but this sounds psychosomatic. Even if there were such a thing as toxic sperm, it would not affect a person the same way exactly 30 minutes every time they came in contact with it. Someone is looking at a clock and starting a count down.

    If you are doing more then just sucking him, like say fucking him, then the runs after sex would be normal. Or if he cleaned out beforehand some water still way up inside could do this.

    The only other remote possibility I could think of is what you are eating. Your diet. He might be allergic to some food you eat that he dose not. That could include meds you might be on or even more likely herbal supplements which as we know are unregulated by the federal government.

    I just saw a story that tested a whole bunch of store bought supplements and some of them were 90% filler and many didnt even have the very herb labeled on the bottle.

    I was thinking psychosomatic, too. But consult with a gay-friendly doctor, with whom they can be frank (assuming they can find one in homophobic Texas). There may be some weird allergy, or a yet undetected microorganism to blame. In which case the OP may be entitled to military and VA care & compensation.
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    Jun 21, 2015 8:10 AM GMT
    I'm actually in kind of a similar boat, although not with semen. Something about spicy foods, and I'm not able to pinpoint what, gives me horrible stomach pain and diarrhea within a half hour of eating it. It doesn't have to be spicy peppers, or seeds, it could be buffalo sauce, tobasco, or even salsa. Even things that my senses don't tell me are overly spicy but have a little bit of something in it can make it happen. I have no idea how to pinpoint what it is exactly but it's certainly frustrating because I love spicy food and so does my bf. You should swallow your own and see what happens to you!
  • 6packabs

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    Jan 22, 2016 12:37 PM GMT
    This guy, Dr. Doug Rokke, wrote the Pentagon's book on Depleted Uranium. I've listened to him interviewed before and he speaks of the vile US Federal government screwing over their own troops in the 1st Gulf War and other excursions of empire since then, with over 500,000 military guys having suffered a ton of crap from their forced vaccinations and other stuff like depleted uranium, all quietly suffering amid mass silence in the banker-owned, USSR, Soviet-style, US Media.





    One interview going into crazy stuff beginning here, massive and toxic exposures to the US troops that are kept from their knowledge:

    https://youtu.be/E5PLdNfhNew

    I'd study this guy intensely and see what government has done to you with the forced vaccinations and other things in your service over there. Then you can figure out what intense possible detox regiments you might need to explore.
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    Jan 23, 2016 2:51 AM GMT
    I can't believe an allergy would manifest as diarrhea like that. Food sensitivities wouldn't show up that fast either. Maybe he should drink kefir.

    Could it be that you're having sex at a somewhat regular time and that it's almost just coincidence that this happens? Just throwing that out there.

    Psychosomatic does seem like a possibility, too. Unless he's blowing you after a lovely round of topping you.
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    Jan 24, 2016 3:01 PM GMT
    Hello mate,

    I hope that you are well. Happens to me too. I think it has to do with an allergic reaction. No health problems here, but I personally have a few food allergies, like shellfish. If the guy I'm dating and I have oral sex and i ever swallow, it depends, but it really upsets my stomach too, and sometimes for a day or two.

    If it continues to be an issue, definitely don't be afraid to see your doctor. I am going to talk with mine on my next visit after returning from South America.

    Cheers,

    Sean