Oops! Kissing Can Trigger Allergies

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Kissing the lips often become an important element for the disclosure of sense for those who are romantic couple. Beyond the pleasure, a kiss can save the negative potential in the form of an allergic reaction. 

According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI), a kiss can trigger food allergies. It generally occurs when the kissing done after eating food or drug allergy can make partner. 

“The immune system of people allergic or highly sensitive may react strongly when detecting food or medicine was left on the lips, inside the mouth, or are excreted in saliva, after absorption in the circulation,” says Dr. Sami Bahna, president of ACAAI, as quoted from Galtime.com. 

Allergy symptoms can vary. For example in the form of swelling of the lips or throat, rash and itching. But there are simple ways to avoid it. “Brush your teeth, gargle and arrested for not kissing for several hours could be a way to avoid the allergens that are excreted in saliva,” Bahna said. 

Even in some people, allergic reactions triggered by chemicals in spermicides, lubricants, latex or even a pair of semen. Some women experience rashes and itching due to allergies during intercourse with their partner. 

“Probably many who suffer from allergies, either after kissing or sexual intercourse, but they tend to shy checked. And by knowing the trigger allergies can be overcome with proper treatment lerg


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