These days, people seemingly have allergies to everything, from food to outdoor allergens -- And everything in between.
But there's another allergy that some people have, and it's much less talked about than common allergies.
We're talking about sex.
How can someone be allergic to sex you wonder?
The good news is most people aren't allergic to the act of having sex itself (though some people are,) rather most people are allergic to something they came in contact with during sex, such as latex or a chemical in lubrication, etc.
According to the New York Post, there are definite warning signs you should pay attention to if they present themselves soon after you've had sex.
There is burning down there, tightness in your chest, difficulty breathing, feeling itchy, hives, vomiting, and more.
Do you know anyone who is allergic to sex?
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