Allergic Response To Intimate Interspecies Contact

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There have been questions posted regarding the possibility of allergic reactions during or after sexual contact. Having an allergy to the semen of an animal is very possible, and the introduction of semen into the mouth, vagina or anus allows fast absorption because of the nature of the tissue (mucus membrane). Penile contact with the vaginal or anal tissue of another species involves less exposure and may show symptoms of an allergic reaction more slowly, showing up after repeated experiences. If the contact is with the animal’s tongue, there can be a sensitivity reaction just because of the repetition. The tongue is intended in animal’s life to perform many activities. Irritation and tenderness will pass quickly; a cold pack will provide comfort if needed.

An allergic reaction can be expressed as a mild reaction, such as eczema, hives, hay fever and asthma.

An Anaphylactic reaction can be life threatening, the entire system reacts. Noticeable symptoms are severe difficulty in breathing and a sudden drop in blood pressure resulting in fainting or loss of consciousness. This is a life-threatening Emergency, oral medications will not be able to fix this condition. Seek emergency help immediately. You do not have to reveal what precipitated the reaction. The treatment will be the same no matter what the cause. However getting dressed, if possible will help deter certain lines of questions.

The tendency to respond in an allergic fashion is an inherited trait. If you have had past allergic reactions, you are apt to be sensitive to more things in your environment. If you do have a history of allergies, proceed cautiously with this new erotic experience. Allergies do not get better over time, they get worse. If you have had an Anaphylactic reaction ever in your life, stick to movies…Since semen is a foreign protein, the body will most likely respond in a very life threatening way.


Treatments of Allergies are many and varied.

Avoidance, medication, and desensitization injections (these shots take years to work and since animals can be removed easily from the environment, most insurance companies will not pay for them) Medication that is used to treat allergies are commonly called anti histamines. Over the counter medication include, Benadryl (diphenhydramine) 25-50mg every 4-6 hrs, maximum daily dose is 400mg per day. Claritin (loratadine) 10mg once a day. Zantac ( ranitidine) 150mg twice a day ( yes, I know it is usually used to treat heartburn but it is also an antihistamine ) Barrier methods are not very effective as condoms are constructed for humans and the anti spermicidal condoms are irritating to the mucus membranes of the dog. There has been mention of an “EpiPen”, The active ingredient is Epinephrine, and this medication can only be obtained with a prescription. There are health risks inherent in the medication itself, and should be used only by the person it is prescribed, whose physician is aware of the person’s health history. Allergy symptoms get increasingly worse with each exposure to the allergen (whether it is semen, bee stings or pollen) .

There are limited ways one can test if they have an allergic reaction. Such as having drops of semen fall on your hand or place on your lip, and test for any reactions. Taking a small amount of semen and putting it on the forearm and covering it with plastic wrap and leaving it over night may help with the question of possible reactions. If the area is red or red and raised, proceed with caution.


Questions asked from message boards

Is an allergy to fur related at all to an allergy to semen? An allergic reaction to a given thing doesn't automatically equate to any other allergy. Allergies manifest themselves differently in individual people. One critter's hair will affect a person allergic to it, while another critter of a different species might cause no reaction at all. You'll have to experiment to find your answer, but be aware and wary. Anaphylactic Shock is not a nice thing to experience, especially if you're far from a Hospital.


An allergic reaction encounter This has happened with two different girls, who both tried twice. Including a couple other first hand accounts of this occurring in a similar fashion from other women. -1 in 20 girls have had an allergic reactions to dog semen in the past. -If you're already allergic to dog dander, dog cum is linked and quite likely to be an allergen as well. -Remember to ask.. if you or they have ever had allergic reaction.

We are NOT doctors. Some members have mentioned they have tried Benedryl. Which has helped them mostly with the severe case of throat swelling, hives, etc.

References

https://www.zoovilleforum.net/threads/allergic-response-to-intimate-interspecies-contact-sex-animals-and-allergies.461/