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Question: Nausea & Congestion After Orgasm
|pumpkinlover08 - Mon May 25, 2009 8:36 am||
Boy, is this question embarrassing! So sorry!
Ever since I can remember, I've felt sort of "sick" after orgasm. I get extremely warm to the point of being nauseous and sometimes vomiting and my ears and head become immediately congested - plugged and painful. Oddly enough, this same thing also happens under one other circumstance. I'm a freeze baby - always cold to the point of shaking. Sometimes when I sleep I bury myself under mounds of blankets. Then I'll wake up in the middle of the night, presumably from being too warm. While I'm still shaking on the outside from my skin being cold, it seems that I'm too warm on the INSIDE, and I get that same kind of congested, nauseous feeling.
Any idea as to what causes this - and is it normal?
|Dr.M.jagesh kamath - Tue Sep 15, 2009 5:36 am||
Hello,What you have is orgasmic migrane and is not quite common.You can take paracetamol tab if you have associated pain.Tab.Indomethacin has been used prior to sex act as a preventive.Biofeedback and yoga may help.Do consult your doc.
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