Rythmol And Seman

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Laura Says:

Can Rythmol be transfered through seman and cause any side effects?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Laura! How are you?

No, you'll not be exposed to the mediations that a man is taking in such a manner. Any trace amounts that might carry through to his semen would be far too small to have an effect on anyone else.

The FDA classifies this an anti-arrhythmic that's used to treat illnesses associated with rapid heart beat and its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, metallic taste and GI upset.

If you had a bad reaction to sperm, you may have a sperm allergy or be allergic to a protein produced by the specific man in question.

What types of symptoms did you experience?

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