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Me and my fience have been together for 7 years. Well I recently tried to swallow again during oral, the last time the taste made me sick. Well this time the tase did notbother me as I used mouth wash right after and go ride of the taste right away. Well about 10 minutes later I threw it back up. It is like my body rejected it. Is this normal it is not the taste or the thought cause that does not bother me, I was happy to do this for him cause the look on is face was amazing, but about 10 minutes later it came back up. Is there a reason why and should I try again but take some nausia meds before or is there an underlying cause.

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replied April 15th, 2009
Sexual Health - Women Answer A6330

No data can be found that sperm should cause nausea or vomiting when swallowed. The substances in the sperm do not irritate the stomach mucosa and can not initiate the vomiting reflex on their own. It is the mental distaste that might cause the vomit.

In your case, it was probably a reflux that might have been caused by any other substance if taken, as well.

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