2:39 am - 11/22/2006

Burning when S.O cums inside of me?

my boyfriend cums inside of me once a month the day before my period. after sex i get up to go pee, and when i finish peeing, my vagina burns alot it will burn for about a half an hour, and then stop. i dont understand why it burns sobad from his cum being inside of me. if you know about this or have experienced this then write back, because i am interested to know what it could be. could i be allergic to his cumm?
soulsearcher139 22nd-Nov-2006 03:36 am (UTC)
yes you could be allergic, i have the same issue. my partner has to pull out always or I imediately ( within a day) start getting symptons of a yeast infection. it happens everytime I let him ejaculate inside of me. ya it sucks as it is not as romantic or whatever when he cant finish inside of me but I got really sick of having Y.I's every week. so if he wants to play with me he deals with having to withdraw. :) woh holy random tangent.. sorry.
rockstarbob 22nd-Nov-2006 03:40 am (UTC)
It's entirely possible for you to be allergic to the proteins in your boyfriend's semen, as the Mayo Clinic suggests here. This site also offers some additional information about semen allergies and how to deal with them.

Hope this helps!
xhitxmexclown 22nd-Nov-2006 03:44 am (UTC)
I get exactly the same thing. It burns from a few minutes to HOURS. It feels like I have my period or something...
angel_eyes224 22nd-Nov-2006 04:58 am (UTC)
It happens to me too but not every time. I started paying attention and it usually burns when he fingers me which is probably caused by a jagged nail. It sometimes burns when we have rough or long sex which is probably due to me drying out a little.
fierceawakening 22nd-Nov-2006 05:02 am (UTC)
Does it burn if he fingers you? I'm wondering if it could just be discomfort from penetration in general or if it's his semen specifically that is the problem.
kaelstra 22nd-Nov-2006 06:18 am (UTC)
You're probably allergic to his semen, or perhaps even to something he eats.

As a sidenote, don't assume that sex just before your period will keep you safe from pregnancy-it might be beneficial to look into some birth control. In your case, condoms might be a good idea, since you might have an allergy to his semen. The condoms would catch the semen and prevent any burning feeling.
slow_awakening 23rd-Nov-2006 01:31 am (UTC)

Just because it's the day before or a couple of days before does NOT make you infertile and not at risk! That is how women get preggers because they assume right away they are Safe if they have no-condom sex before a period. That is simply not true and you CAN get pregnant if having unprotected sex before, during and after your period.

Always use a rubber if pregnancy is NOT an option for you and if you are not on HBC.

I also reiterate what others said; could be allergies.
laughing_dreams 22nd-Nov-2006 04:26 pm (UTC)
when i was a vegetarian and dating a man who ate a LOT of meat, and i mean a LOT(his diet was sucked) it burned like a mofo when he came inside of me
takingbystorm 22nd-Nov-2006 04:29 pm (UTC)
you may also want to entertain the notion that it's a friction problem instead of an allergy. are you usually more lubed up when there's a condom? i know i burn more without one, just because i think the rubber holds the moisture in more than his skin... or maybe you don't use condoms and he just doesn't usually come inside you (side note: not a good method to prevent pregnancy), in which case if you don't get the burning sensation during those times, it's definately a semen related issue.
tyrsalvia 22nd-Nov-2006 05:15 pm (UTC)
I have the same problem. It is less bad with my current partner than it was with the first person I did this with, but yeah. No fun.
annick_jean 23rd-Nov-2006 01:21 am (UTC)
Just to be a geek...

There are theories that semen is slightly toxic to women because it needs to break down various keep-nasty-things-out barriers in the vagina. Because of this, evolution has decided that males are toxic and has been waging a war on the Y chromosome for some time now. Evidence to this is that the Y chromosome is so comparitively small and that there is a complete backup copy of it's genes on both sides, suggesting that it was almost wiped out at one point. Amusingly enough, we're not the only species for whom this is a problem. The female bedbug's vagina is so toxic to males that the male avoids it altogether. Instead, he stabs her in the back and inserts his semen directly through the hole. Let's hope it never comes to that, shall we ?
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