Ok, my boyfriend and i had sex last night. During that time, i was perfectly fine. But afterwards, i got really hot, and then dizzy, then i felt like i was gonna throw up. I sat beside the toilet and i just felt so dizzy and heated, and i felt like i was gonna pass out. I didn't though. I got a glass of water and sat down for awhile and i felt a little bit better. Also he came in me, which we NEVER do, even though i'm on the birth control shot. It just scared me alot and id like to know why i felt like that afterwards. Thanks.
Unfortunately, I have no idea either. Sexual arousal does not cause your symptoms. However, physical exercise can cause light-headedness and a feeling of nausea if there are other conditions present. If you continue to feel dizzy and nauseated, you may wish to consult your physician to determine the cause. Dr. J
well im no expert by any means and i dont want to be graphic but that has happened to me, i was very.. active and afterwards i had gotten the same way nauseous and dizzy probably because i was dehydrated or my body just wasnt used to such high levels of activity. but perhaps you over did it?
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