My husband has had a few episodes recently in which immediately upon / after ejaculation,, he experiences a severe sudden headache and what he describes as "throat" pain. This lasts a few minutes or so. states that he has had some headaches in between episodes but not as severe. He is 44 yrs old and a smoker. Has done strenuous physical work on the job his whole life so he is in pretty good shape,, though ?? cardiovascular exercise. there is a strong family history of cardiac disease on the maternal side of his family.
He says it is when he is dehydrated,,, or hasnt drank much liquid that this happens. I am concerned about cardiovasvular incident like stroke? Is this possibley related to compromised / decreased blood flow to the brain? is the action occuring at this time a vasodilation,,,,, thus causing HA due to a cardiovascular problem? I am going to call theMD and schedule a check up...... I am wondering if anyone here can give me some insight,,,, and let me know if this sounds serious.
Hi,I would have him to get a good checkup.He needs to have a full blood work up done.Also have him to get an EKG,and stress test.Since his family has heart conditions,I would not play with this .It is possible it may just be some high blood pressure,which can be easly treated.However with has familys back ground, I would make him get checked ASAP.This may be something or nothing but I would want to make sure.You want to kept him healthy for years to come,living happy.Good luck.
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