Yesterday was the 4th time my nose started bleeding close during sex. This usually happens close to an orgasm. I'm almost positive that its not because I'm hitting my nose or anything like that. I never get nose bleeds, but these ones are always really bad. I'm 19 and I'm a female. Why does this keep happening?
I would recommend seeing your Dr about this. Have your blood pressure checked. It can get higher during sex but if you already have high BP it can get much higher and possibly cause the nose bleeds. You're young and a female so this would be an unlikely cause but not impossible. While you're at the Dr also have your nose checked. It could be that your nose is dry from allergies. I wish I could give you a definite answer to your question. Please see your Dr about this.
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