PLASMA PROTEIN ALLERGY
with this condition develop an immunologic response to human semen, resulting
in vaginal inflammation. Symptoms vary from local inflammation and pruritus to
rare systemic anaphy-laxis after exposure. Diagnosis is usually based on the
absence of symptoms with condom use. Treatment may include cromolyn vaginal
cream and immunotherapy. The success rate of treatment varies, and referral to
an immunologist may be warranted.