Can a woman with sperm allergy still become pregnant? Reviewed by the medical professionals of the ISSM’s Communication Committee Yes. Sperm allergy does not make a woman infertile. Pregnancy can safely occur by artificial insemination or in vitro fertilization, using washed sperm. In this process, the protein allergens are removed. Next question: If a woman experiences low sex drive because of oral contraceptives, what should she do?Previous question: What can be done to help people with epilepsy who want to have sex?