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Frequent Sex Helps Cure Semen Allergy

Women allergic to their partner's semen can be cured by treatments requiring frequent sex, a New York allergist says.

But don't try it without a doctor's help. Without proper desensitization, sex can be deadly for some women allergic to semen.

Yes, some women really are allergic to sex, according to a report at this week's annual meeting of the American College of AllergyAsthma, and Immunology in Philadelphia.

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