Veterans' Semen Causes Burning Sensation In Their Wives
Gulf War veterans have reported that exposures during military service have resulted in miscarriages and birth defects, as well as excruciating pain during sexual intercourse.
The wife of a Gulf War veteran has described the miscarriage and pregnancy problems she had experienced since her husband returned from the Gulf War.
She also described what she called "burning semen" or "shooting fire."
Many wives of Gulf War veterans complained that their husbands' semen caused a burning sensation, and in her case that the semen itself could cause a rash or blood blister on her husband's leg or her skin.