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Nauseous after sex?

I've been feeling nauseous after sex...I have only been married about a month, and it has only happened about half the time. Any advice?

BFP: February 12 2012
Joseph Scott born October 8
7lb 12oz 20.5"
TTC #2 Since February 2013

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Re: Nauseous after sex?

  • Dramamine?
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  • Sometimes I get nauseous, too.  It goes away after a few minutes.  It's never been drastic enough to really worry about. 

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  • That happened to me for a some time, but ever since I started exercising/running I don't feel nauseous anymore.
  • I get that way too it's usually cause your being pushed against rhythmically for an extended pierod of time and when it stops it throws your body off and any effects that caused becomes apparent. 
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  • I'm glad I'm not the only one who feels sick....I was worried that I was allergic to him! Thanks everyone for your input!
    BFP: February 12 2012
    Joseph Scott born October 8
    7lb 12oz 20.5"
    TTC #2 Since February 2013

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  • Ya! Totally normal..mine went away in about a month...it totally is just the seasickness kind of thing
  • This is actually normal for a lot of woman and men. When you orgasm, your stomach muscles tense and contract. When Your done, your muscles start to go back to normal.... Thus being nauseous.
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  • If you have an orgasm then it could be the rush of chemicals in your brain and a lack of blood flow to your head.  When you get aroused all the blood goes down to your vagina, making it feel more sensitive.  Your body also gives off seratonin and other chemicals to give you that "feel good" feeling.  Or maybe like everyone else says your body will get used to it and go away.

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