random ? but is it normal to get incredibly nauseous after sex? i may/may not have asked this before, but this has been a problem for me for a long time now.
sometimes i don't get nauseous at all. other times its mild. and then times, like today, i feel so sick i could throw up at any second and i can't do anything but lay in bed and try not to puke.
is this normal? i have been experiencing this since before i was pregnant. i remember the onset of it. it was like june of 2009.
is there medication an OBGYN could give for this/could it indicate a problem? i need some relief..its making me not want to have sex for fear of the nausea.
I dont know if its normal or not, but I myself have been experiencing the same thing! I had it with my last pregnancy and again with this one. I am not too sure of the in between time so much as we were only together a few times and then I got pregnant again.
If you find anything out let me know
i am due for a pap smear so i plan to ask my gyno when i go. but in the meantime im really curious as to what causes this. it only seems to be after i orgasm. if i dont, there doesn't seem to be a problem.
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