I am replying to your post, because I also have the same trouble with heart problems during sex.
Mine last the whole time, and sometimes I get sick for a couple of days, and I know my heart isn't beating properly. I have PVC's and altough I haven't been formaly diag. I think I have A-Fib as well, and sex sets it off.
I don't know if this is your wife's problem or not, the doctors tell me not to stop doing anything, but as time goes on they seem to be listening more and more about my bouts.
I would be happy to discuss anything with your wife further if she would like to. I am a 41 yr. old and just been diagnosed recently, and I was glad to find another woman with this problem.
ok i dont know if my husband has these problems or not but did "coke" before we met and he says he has troubles during sex. we are only 23 and been maried for a year, what can i do to make it easier for him to enjoy it w/o overdoing it myself?
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