The couple had been lovers for two years before they got married and decided to have unprotected sex for the first time on their wedding night. Almost immediately the bride was in unbearable pain. She found out it was because of Mike's sperm. Plans of conceiving a baby have had to be abandoned reluctantly as it seems Julie's own body destroys the sperm. Mike, 27, and Julie, 26, from Ambridge, Pennsylvania, started going out while at university and became engaged two years later, finally having a dream wedding in They wanted to consummate their union on their wedding night.
Woman is allergic to her husband's sperm | Daily Mail Online
The only thing newlyweds Julie and Mike Boyde wanted was a baby. The couple had already begun planning for a family and started to build a nursery in their Ambridge, Pa. But a painful diagnosis shattered their dream of parenthood. They learned that Julie Boyde was allergic to her husband's semen. So the Boydes tried a revolutionary new treatment they hoped would allow them to have a baby.
By Chris Irvine. Julie Boyde, 26, discovered the problem when she and husband Mike, 27, had unprotected sexual intercourse for the first time on their wedding night. The couple had been dating for two years when they got married, but had always used protection. As soon as they had unprotected intercourse for the first time she knew something was wrong. Mrs Boyde, from Ambridge, Pennsylvania, added: "The pain that I was feeling was inside, kind of like, somebody was sticking needles up inside of me and like a burning, like really painful burning.
A new wife was given a nasty wedding night surprise when she discovered she was allergic to her husband's sperm. Mike and Julie Boyde had been going out for two years when they got married and decided to have unprotected sex for the first time that evening. But almost immediately the bride was in unbearable pain - and eventually they discovered it was because of Mike's sperm.