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Husband's Alcohol Allergy - January 31st 2010, 10:54 PM

My husband has a severe alcohol allergy. He can't smell, (and I really mean that. Can't smell a THING.) and yet he can smell alcohol. it makes him almost throw up if I have a glass of wine within 10 feet of him. (so usually, I stick to the kitchen when he's watching TV) I've cut down to De-Alcoholized beer for him, so I can drink without making him sick... Anyways, back on track.

Rubbing alcohol burns his skin, alcohol (drinks) make him puke, and burns his throat. Colognes give him rashes, and Mouth Wash burns and makes him throw up.

We had done some research and found that one can get drunk massively fast if alcohol were to be introduced to the bloodstream rectally, (in several books regarding bedroom play) and i was wondering if that would be as bad of an idea as i think it is, for him.

Secondly, is there any sort of way to get him to be able to experience the high of alcohol without getting sick?

Thanks for any responses, and if this is in the wrong section, feel free to re-direct. Thanks!
   
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